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Reviews of Books with 280 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 280 pages.

Book Review

Those Who Know Don't Say

by Karl Helicher

The judicial system’s bias against minorities has deep roots, acknowledges Garrett Felber in Those Who Know Don’t Say, which argues that the penal, or carceral, state expanded due to “dialects of discipline.” It shows that police... Read More

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Would I Lie to You?

by Meg Nola

Judi Ketteler’s "Would I Lie to You?" surveys society’s levels of dishonesty and deception, showing that even seemingly sincere people can drift into untruths. Featuring analyses of honesty and guidance from experts in psychological... Read More

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Perpetual Check

by Eileen Gonzalez

Clever and surprising, "Perpetual Check" is a thrilling novel set during the intersection between the decline of the Soviet Union and the dawn of the computer age. Two women are trapped in the middle of a deadly spy game in F. Nelson... Read More

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Gary Gatlin

by Mari Carlson

Gary Gatlin: Reluctant Hero is a historical novel whose wholesome demeanor and nostalgic wartime spirit are delightful. In Carl F. Haupt’s historical novel Gary Gatlin: Reluctant Hero, a Utah farm boy is caught up in South Pacific... Read More

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Mr. K Released

by Rebecca Hussey

Matéi Visniec’s "Mr. K Released" is a delightfully absurd and surreal novel about the disorienting qualities of freedom. Mr. K, called Kosef J in a nod to Kafka, finds himself released from prison. He is jubilant but also confused by... Read More

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Busara Road

by Karen Rigby

In "Busara Road", eleven-year-old Mark Morgan follows his widowed father, a Quaker missionary, to newly independent Kenya. David Hallock Sanders’s atmospheric debut sets a mid-1960s coming-of-age tale against a community marred by... Read More

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