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Reviews of Books with 265 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 265 pages.

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Second Chapter

Every day 140348 people die and 140347 of them are not prepared for it…at least according to Second Chapter’s main character Ben Hoffman. As the book opens Ben a celebrity writer is still suffering from the death of his bride Janet... Read More

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Consulting Mastery

by Cindy Kryszak

This book shows readers (especially consultants) how to go beyond the conventional model of problem solving to a deeper level of insight, to help transform their clients and make a lasting impact. “In short, to move from being a... Read More

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Charlie Ford Meets Secret Agent Man

by Edward Morris

After one gets past the juvenile title, this is really a funny, engaging, mile-a-minute romp. Charlie Ford—never call her “Charlene”—is a high-spirited twenty-nine-year-old nanny to rich kids. She turned to nannying after almost... Read More

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Art and Intimacy

by Karen Wyckoff

Fanning the riverbed of human psyche with the tireless fin of academia, soft-rayed with the sweeping reach of interdisciplinary research, Art and Intimacy gradually unveils the shared origin of love and the humanities, which rock with... Read More