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Reviews of Books with 275 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 275 pages.

Book Review

Delight in the Limelight

by Aimee Jodoin

"Delight in the Limelight" is an inspiring self-help book that recommends methods for transforming one’s fear into confidence. Public speaker and speaking coach Linda Ugelow’s self-help text "Delight in the Limelight" is about... Read More

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Felonious Monk

by Angela McQuay

A monk with anger management problems leads William Kotzwinkle’s novel "Felonious Monk", which is a wild ride of double-crossing crimes. Tommy Martini was born into a crime family, but removed himself to a monastery after killing a man... Read More

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by Charlene Oldham

"Sycophants" is a quintessentially eighties novel in which two friends who came of age together learn how to seize and share the spotlight. Linda Gould’s novel "Sycophants" is set in the late 1980s, as former college roommates navigate... Read More

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Ivy vs. Dogg

by Nancy Powell

Brian Leung’s "Ivy vs. Dogg" delivers a stinging commentary of how unchecked voyeurism has impacted modern politics, making it a politician’s business to get into everybody’s business. This Election for the internet age is a heady,... Read More

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