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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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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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The Great Chair

by Jeremiah Rood

"The Great Chair" is a useful leadership book that suggests new ways for boards to run their companies. Brian Hayward’s business text "The Great Chair" gives advice on leading or chairing a board of directors. Concerned with the... Read More

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The Trapped Daughter

by Bianca Bowers

A troubled girl combats her father’s constraints in the enigmatic psychological thriller "The Trapped Daughter". Jay Kerk’s intriguing psychological thriller, "The Trapped Daughter", explores the murky corridors and enigmatic... Read More

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The Town Crazy

by Eileen Gonzalez

Rumors and jealousy have irreparable consequences in Suzzy Roche’s novel, "The Town Crazy". People love to gossip in Hanzloo, Pennsylvania: about Lil, who hasn’t been out of the house all summer; about Luke, who just moved from New... Read More

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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

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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

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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

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