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Reviews of Books with 268 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 268 pages.

Book Review

Digging Up the Dead

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Throughout this appealing pulp mystery, the heroine chases ghosts both ancient and contemporary in pursuit of truth. A throwback to young woman sleuth novels of days past, Meredith Lee’s "Digging Up the Dead" is a cheerful mystery... Read More

Book Review

COLOR Up

by Katie Asher

"COLOR Up" forwards fun ways to approach common situations. Introducing a new approach to problem solving, "COLOR Up" by Karen A. Foss and Ann Skinner-Jones uses a unique color wheel analogy to help people step away from black-and-white... Read More

Book Review

Sinjar

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Susan Shand was working as a television producer in the Kurdish Service of Voice of America in 2014. Unbeknownst to her, she was about to witness the first genocide of the twenty-first century. "Sinjar" covers the fourteen days when... Read More

Book Review

The Supremacy

by Gregory A. Lowe

This action-packed science fiction novel has vivid, beautiful settings and characters with depth. Eric Peter Brown’s "The Supremacy" is a science fiction epic with an eclectic cast of characters, unique fantastic settings, and a... Read More

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