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Reviews of Books with 274 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 274 pages.

Book Review

Why They Stay

by Rachel Jagareski

"Why They Stay" includes entertaining fodder for better understanding what bargains highly successful women make in order to endure in scandal-plagued marriages. Knowing that is hard to understand why so many strong, smart, accomplished... Read More

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The Dark Side of Memory

by Jeana Jorgensen

"The Dark Side of Memory" is a violent yet elegiac portrayal of the tragic Cold War disappearances of Uruguayan citizens. Tessa Bridal’s historical book "The Dark Side of Memory" traces the intertwined lives of mothers, grandmothers,... Read More

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Bone Broth

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Lyndsey Ellis’s thoughtful multigenerational novel "Bone Broth" is set during the days of the Ferguson protests. Justine and Wesley moved to the suburbs to escape the traps set for residents of the Pruitt-Igoe projects. But decades... Read More

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Legends of the Dragonfly

by Edith Wairimu

"Legends of the Dragonfly" is an uncensored, exciting soldier’s biography that’s centered in a period of Malayan conflict. Vincent Hancock’s gripping biography of his father, Rex, "Legends of the Dragonfly", concentrates on Rex’s... Read More

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