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Reviews of Books with 270 Pages

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

Book Review

Exile of the Sky God

by Ho Lin

An odyssey towards atonement is the backbone of P. Anastasia’s fresh, lively take on Egyptian mythology, "Exile of the Sky God". Horus may be a few hundred years old, ruler of the skies, and gifted with formidable powers, but in the... Read More

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Time Shot

by Aimee Jodoin

"Time Shot" is a science fiction thriller that also fits neatly in the international spy genre. A Russian spy and an American colonel clash in R. K. Johnson’s fast-paced "Time Shot", which features interesting science fiction... Read More

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The Director Murdered

by Benjamin Welton

Uganda is exquisitely described in this murder mystery with a dynamic lead. Emmanuel Igwaro Odongo-Aginya’s murder mystery "The Director Murdered", set in Uganda, has political overtones and a likable lead detective; its dynamic team... Read More

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Deadly Payload

by Gary Henry

A thriller set amid a public health emergency, "Deadly Payload" is full of compelling characters and suspense. A small-town bioterrorism nightmare springs to frightening life in Karen Randau’s vivid modern-day thriller and detective... Read More

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Pearls on a Branch

by Meg Nola

Pearls on a Branch: Tales from the Arab World Told by Women is a collection of thirty stories curated by Najla Khoury, who spent years compiling, polishing, and editing these primarily oral works. Retold from generation to generation,... Read More

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The Prophesy Gene

by J. G. Stinson

"The Prophesy Gene" is an intriguing ecological thriller and adventure. Stuart D. Schooler’s "The Prophesy Gene" is a complex eco-thriller that employs elements of science fiction to draw its points out. Cousins Sarah and Michael... Read More

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