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Reviews of Books with 270 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 270 pages.

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The Nobodies

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"The Nobodies" is a compulsive psychological thriller that concerns the dark, obsessive side of women’s friendships. A childhood friend’s return reawakens buried feelings in Alanna Schubach’s thriller "The Nobodies". From their... Read More

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by Catherine Thureson

In Mercedes M. Yardley’s disquieting novel "Darling", a young mother fights to protect her children from the unseen evil that inhabits her hometown. Cherry returns to Darling, Louisiana, after the death of her estranged mother. It is... Read More

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An Open Door

by Karen Rigby

"An Open Door" is a sensitive, intelligent historical novel focused on an unraveling marriage. A wife yearns for more substance in Anne Leigh Parrish’s "An Open Door", an insightful postwar novel about reconciling one’s sense of duty... Read More

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The Eternal Crown

by John M. Murray

"The Eternal Crown" is character-driven fantasy novel in which a young woman rises to power as darkness encroaches on her uneasy land. In Michael Lopez’s fantasy novel "The Eternal Crown", a young woman trains to become a champion in a... Read More

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The Bee & The Fly

by Karen Rigby

The Bee & The Fly is an absorbing epistolary novel in which two of the nineteenth century’s most beloved women writers exchange their concerns about writing and contemporaneous issues. Framed as an attic discovery, these winsome... Read More

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Hot Air

by Carolina Ciucci

Arnold Falls lives and breathes and grows in "Hot Air", a comedic novel about a picturesque small town and its equally picturesque inhabitants. Charlie Suisman’s "Hot Air" is a charming novel centered on the townspeople of Arnold... Read More

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The Sword and the Rose

by Mari Carlson

"The Sword and the Rose" is a memoir about practicing faith that expresses hope that people can work toward making this a better world. Tara Sufiana’s soulful memoir "The Sword and the Rose" covers travel and five years spent with a... Read More

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