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Reviews of Books with 272 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 272 pages.

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The Westside Slugger

by Jeff Fleischer

Joe Neal served thirty-two years in Nevada’s state legislature. He was the first African American state senator in the notoriously unequal state’s history and emerged as an important voice for civil rights and economic opportunity.... Read More

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Farming for the Long Haul

by Barry Silverstein

Michael Foley is the ideal author for a book about the future of farming: He operates a small family farm and knows what it means to work the land. He also knows the perils that small farmers face. Foley writes with eloquence and reason,... Read More

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Justice in Plain Sight

by Jeff Fleischer

With the importance of a free press and the rule of law rightly in the national conversation, Dan Bernstein’s "Justice in Plain Sight" is a timely release, detailing a California paper’s Supreme Court battles over the press and... Read More

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Tacoma Stories

by Jeff Fleischer

The stories in Richard Wiley’s new collection all take place in the same city among characters who share connections. They are creatively mixed and span decades and tones. "Tacoma Stories" is a compelling whole formed of memorable... Read More

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The Time Has Come

by Claire Foster

Women’s issues are human issues, and Michael Kaufman’s new book "The Time Has Come" calls for men across the political, social, and economic spectrum to speak out about women’s rights. From domestic violence to paycheck inequality... Read More

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The Hubley Case

by Tanisha Rule

"The Hubley Case" is an enjoyable popular thriller helmed by a clear hero. In J. Lee’s thriller "The Hubley Case", ex-marine and present-day vigilante Ben Siebert commandeers an FBI case and goes head-to-head with unknown criminal... Read More

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The Heart of War

by Laura Leavitt

"The Heart of War" by national policy veteran Kathleen McInnis is part office drama, part foible-filled romp through the US’s military bureaucracy. When Dr. Heather Reilly arrives at the Pentagon to work as an academic fellow, she... Read More

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