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Reviews of Books with 267 Pages

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

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Black Oak

by Philip Zozzaro

In the fantasy novel "Black Oak", citizens across two eras reckon with strange creatures among them. Sightings of shadowy creatures haunt the citizens of a Kansas suburb in Titus Murphy’s fantasy novel "Black Oak". In the early 1800s,... Read More

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Bladeseeker

by Nancy Powell

A strong standalone start to a fantasy series, Bladeseeker: Convergent Fates focuses on compelling relationships and intense action to make a lasting impression. Roy Blackstone’s Bladeseeker: Convergent Fates is an energetic young... Read More

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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

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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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