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Reviews of Books with 276 Pages

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

Book Review

Wolves at the Door

by Monica Carter

Gunnar Staalesen’s "Wolves at the Door" is a chilling thriller made engrossing thanks to the sarcastic sallying and social conscience of its lead detective. Falsely accused of having child pornography on his computer, private... Read More

Book Review

Frenemy Nations

by Karl Helicher

Even when nations and states share geographical boundaries, they are often very different places, writes Mary Soderstrom in "Frenemy Nations". Indeed, the book argues that boundaries are often created in an arbitrary way that ignores... Read More

Book Review

Trap

by Ho Lin

"Trap", the fast-paced second entry in Lilja Sigurðardóttir’s Icelandic crime trilogy, picks up mere weeks after its predecessor Snare ends and further showcases Sigurðardóttir’s facility with intricate plotting and sympathetic... Read More

Book Review

Attend

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In West Camel’s "Attend", something mythic lingers just below the surface of Deptford, England, that will bind together three lives at loose ends. A recovering drug addict, middle-aged Anne has moved home to face her family, sobriety,... Read More

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The Wayfarer's Journey

by Delia Stanley

Familiar but full of adventures, The Wayfarer’s Journey is an attention-holding fantasy. In A. R. Pearson’s fantasy novel The Wayfarer’s Journey, a man works to protect his true love from the forces of evil. Jack’s life is... Read More

Book Review

Kate's Ring

by Catherine Thureson

In Donna Grassby’s moving debut, Kate’s Ring, a thirteen-year-old girl tries to hold her family together through hardships and tragedy. Kate is the oldest of six siblings. Her mother suffers from tuberculosis; her father is loving,... Read More

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Trials and Trails

by Susan Waggoner

Jim Halverson’s "Trials and Trails" is a panorama of the Old West overlaid by psychological theory. In Jim Halverson’s "Trials and Trails", two disaffected cowboys search for new lives in the post–Civil War West. LeRoy is an... Read More

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Explosions

by Daniel Schindel

An unusual mixture of biography, comedy, action, and analysis, "Explosions" takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to one of the most popular but artistically dismissed film directors working today. Mathieu Poulin positions Michael Bay as a... Read More

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