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Reviews of Books with 276 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 276 pages.

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Destiny of Dreams

by Aimee Jodoin

The graceful historical novel "Destiny of Dreams" covers a genocide and a family’s perseverance. Cathy Burnham Martin’s heartwrenching historical novel "Destiny of Dreams" is based on the true story of her grandfather’s escape from... Read More

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Hotel Cartagena

by Joseph S. Pete

In Simone Buchholz’s original, stylish thriller "Hotel Cartagena": during a high-stakes hostage situation in a high-class hotel bar, the past catches up to the powerful. While celebrating a birthday atop a hotel overlooking Hamburg,... Read More

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One Last Time

by Monica Carter

In Helga Flatland’s formidable novel "One Last Time", three generations of women are forced to reckon with each other—and with resentment, love, and loss. Anne, the mother of Sigrid and the grandmother of Mia, is diagnosed with... Read More

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by Eileen Gonzalez

"OOF" is a sly satire that imagines a world overrun by internet toxicity. In Strobe Witherspoon’s black comedy novel "OOF", a political satirist’s latest project sparks online outrage that leads to a real-world catastrophe. When... Read More

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The Seven Doors

by Karen Rigby

In "The Seven Doors", Agnes Ravatn’s sinuous, taut Nordic noir, an academic pieces together the truth about her missing tenant’s past to arrive at a devastating conclusion. Sixty-one-year-old Nina faces the demolition of her beloved... Read More

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by Ho Lin

In Ragnar Jónasson’s "Winterkill", the latest entry in his Dark Iceland series, Detective Ari Thór Arason has just been promoted to inspector in Siglufjörður. He’s anxious about the approaching Easter weekend visit from his... Read More

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What You Could Have Won

by Rebecca Hussey

Rachel Genn’s novel "What You Could Have Won" explores love, fame, dependence, and emotional manipulation with compassion and sparkling wit. Astrid is a rock star with a drug problem. She is also in love with Henry, a shady... Read More

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