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Reviews of Books with 262 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 262 pages.

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Place of Cool Waters

by Neal Baker

Establishing keen senses of both its locations and its heroes’ fates, "Place of Cool Waters" follows two men on coming-of-age odysseys. Two stories converge in Ndirangu Githaiga’s novel "Place of Cool Waters" as two young men gather... Read More

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The College Shrink

by Kristine Morris

Character studies dominate the moving novel "The College Shrink", about the turbulence of campus life and the importance of love and compassion. An empathetic college psychologist finds herself in trouble in William Haylon’s intense... Read More

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by Kristine Morris

In Lynn Sloan’s luminous novel "Midstream", a woman’s comfortable, enviable life is upended. In 1974, Polly is thirty-four. The US simmers in discontent. Vietnam protests and feminists who demand equal rights and pay are disturbing... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

"Outplayed" is an entertaining, enlightening exploration of human decision-making, filtered through a lens of logic. David Lockwood analyzes game theory as it applies to real life scenarios like war, sex, and online auctions in his book... Read More

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Cotton Teeth

by Brandee Gruener

"Cotton Teeth" is a memoir that holds its audience in thrall by applying humor and style to its stories of endurance. Told with a comic’s dark wit, Glenn Rockowitz’s "Cotton Teeth" is an unsettling, unsparing memoir about the ravages... Read More

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The Last Words of James Joyce

by Karen Rigby

James Broderick’s "The Last Words of James Joyce" mixes murder into an irreverent campus satire. This eccentric story is led by a former PhD student who moonlights as a pornographic script writer, and who believes that he’s found one... Read More

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