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Reviews of Books with 267 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 267 pages.

Book Review

Islands on the Fringe

by Susan Waggoner

Islands of the Fringe is a wonderful account of a trip across the Pacific and a few seasons of island life. S. Jacques Stratton’s memoir, "Islands on the Fringe", is a bursting-with-life account of living on a tiny Pacific island... Read More

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Wolf's Mouth

by Julia Jenkins

This breathlessly paced, plot-driven action novel covers a wide range of historical, geographical, and emotional ground. With Wolf’s Mouth, John Smolens offers suspense, intricate plotting, sweeping historical subjects, violence, love,... Read More

Book Review

The Moon Coin

by Molly Horan

You see, a story can be made up as easily as you please, or not. But a tale, now that’s a moon of a different color. A tale is an account of things in their due order, often divulged secretly, or as gossip. Would you like to hear one?... Read More

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Convenient Secrets

by Margaret Cullison

Most people would agree that a successful marriage depends upon honesty and trust between partners. When one of them withholds information from the other, for whatever reason, possible discovery of the secret poses an ever-present threat... Read More

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Broken Spark

War is more than tanks and men in camouflage waving flags and shooting the enemy. There is much behind-the-scenes work that is done by everyone from politicians to private contractors and scientists. "Broken Spark" focuses on the... Read More

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