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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

The Vision of Antje Baumann

by Susan Waggoner

Set during the German occupation of the Netherlands, "The Vision of Antje Baumann" is a historical novel that is horrifying and hopeful by turns. Laurence Powers’s moving historical novel, "The Vision of Antje Baumann", concerns the... Read More

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I Was Hitler’s Baker

by Kristine Morris

"I Was Hitler’s Baker" is a disturbing and timely historical novel in which a driven, cruel, and merciless man rises to power. In Glenn Peterson’s compelling historical novel "I Was Hitler’s Baker", an ordinary man has a chilling... Read More

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A Hawk in the Woods

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

“Like anyone on the uphill side of middle age,” newscaster Abigail Waite had “secretly harbored a hope that she was unique in all the world and the day would never come for her.” But she’s just been diagnosed with stage III... Read More

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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

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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

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