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Reviews of Books with 264 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 264 pages.

Book Review

A Place Called Zamora

by John M. Murray

Glimmers of discontent and secrets arise in a city that’s under authoritarian rule in "A Place Called Zamora", a promising start to a new dystopian series. In LB Gschwandtner’s dystopian novel "A Place Called Zamora", an unlikely... Read More

Book Review

Winter of the Wolf

by Angela McQuay

In Martha Hunt Handler’s young adult mystery "Winter of the Wolf", a girl recovering from her brother’s death searches for answers. Bean is devastated when her brother, Sam, is found dead after an apparent suicide. As her family... Read More

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Dinner at 10:32

by Karen Rigby

"Dinner at 10:32" is a literary novel about inner turmoil, tender mercies, and all-too-human wavering. Set in San Francisco during the 1960s and early 1980s, Mahyar A. Amouzegar’s ruminative novel "Dinner at 10:32" is about tangled... Read More

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The Pinebox Vendetta

by Benjamin Welton

"The Pinebox Vendetta" is a genre-bending thriller about the world’s worst kind of people. Jeff Bond’s "The Pinebox Vendetta" is a political thriller about a reignited family feud, a cold case murder, and the American elite. The two... Read More

Book Review

Copy Boy

by Karen Rigby

"Copy Boy" is a rewarding historical novel with a ferocious, fascinating lead. In Shelley Blanton-Stroud’s beguiling Depression-era novel "Copy Boy", a young woman searches for success. After years of “living in a tent between the... Read More

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