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Reviews of Books with 272 Pages

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

Book Review

Cry Wilderness

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

A bit of a fish story (if fish were replaced with political fisticuffs), Frank Capra’s "Cry Wilderness" follows a fictionalized Capra to a wilderness cabin in the high Sierra and into local politics, where two long-term... Read More

Book Review

Born Criminal

by Mya Alexice

Angelica Shirley Carpenter’s "Born Criminal" skillfully fills in the history of an activist erased from history. While nineteenth-century women’s suffrage movements often saw elite white women fighting for their rights and no one... Read More

Book Review

Laurentian Divide

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Sarah Stonich’s "Laurentian Divide" continues the story of northern Minnesota’s Hatchet Inlet, a vacation town whose residents are deeply rooted in a place dependent on transience. Poised on winter’s trailing edge, everyone waits... Read More

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Jezebel Unhinged

by Claire Foster

Black womanhood is a complex, deeply provocative subject that exists at the intersection of multiple identities. Tamura Lomax’s new book "Jezebel Unhinged" is a phenomenal work that investigates the role of the church in constraining... Read More

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