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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

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

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

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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

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