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Reviews of Books with 259 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 259 pages.

Book Review

Guy Novel

by Gary Presley

The adventure in this passionate love story, set off with wry humor, is certain to appeal to the James Bond spy thriller audience. Michael Ryan’s "Guy Novel" is a love story that a guy’s guy can buy into, in which the girl at the... Read More

Book Review

The Shaman Within

by Kristine Morris

“There is another reality in addition to the ordinary reality of space, time, matter, and energy,” writes Claude Poncelet, author of "The Shaman Within", who has spent nearly thirty years engaged in shamanic practice and twenty-five... Read More

Book Review

Ghosts

by Maria Siano

In this entertaining mystery, a ghost from Chris Landrum’s past resurfaces, and it is just the first of many surprises that follow. This installment of Bill Noel’s Folly Beach Mystery series centers around Chris, who moved from... Read More

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The Fossil Chronicles

by Claire Posner

In her latest book, Dean Falk notes, “when it comes to the subject of human origins, scientists have been every bit as passionate about their convictions as religious fundamentalists.” In this accessible, informative account of the... Read More

Book Review

The Evil We Do

by Judy Hopkins

Freud’s vision of psychoanalysis as a means of transforming society has failed. Destructive behavior and evil still flourish a century after his theories first attempted to explain, and subsequently modify, neurotic and psychotic... Read More

Book Review

Now It's Our Turn

Lyons admits, in Now It’s Our Turn, to feeling paralyzed by the gulf between perceived personal and global problems at the millennium’s close, yet she has authored here an energizing call to action. Speaking directly to women, she... Read More