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Reviews of Books with 280 Pages

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

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Nebrodi Mountains

by Joseph S. Pete

"Nebrodi Mountains" is a novel about mafia intrigue and moral dilemmas in which a billionaire takes a stand against the mob. In William Peace’s novel "Nebrodi Mountains", a billionaire moves to Sicily—and right into mafia territory.... Read More

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Cora's Kitchen

by Randi Hacker

A Black woman rebels against racism and class, finding her voice, in Kimberly Garrett Brown’s novel Cora’s Kitchen. In 1928, Cora James is an aspiring writer who works as a librarian in New York. She is aware of the privileged... Read More

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A World in a Shell

by Rebecca Foster

“Each and every extinction has its own story,” writes Thom van Dooren in his attentive, elegiac book "A World in a Shell", which regards Hawai’i’s lost and endangered snail species as instructive microcosms of biodiversity loss.... Read More

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The Key to Circus-Mom Highway

by Karen Rigby

"The Key to Circus-Mom Highway" is a zany novel in which two adoptees rediscover their family roots. In Allyson Rice’s feverish, entertaining novel "The Key to Circus-Mom Highway", siblings go on a road trip in search of their... Read More

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Untangling Karma

by Aleena Ortiz

Judith Ragir dismantles collective and individual traumas in her memoir "Untangling Karma". Marrying secular and sacred life, Ragir reflects on her roles as a mother, a Buddhist priest, a repudiated Jewish woman, and a trauma survivor.... Read More

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Chimera Conflict

by Joseph S. Pete

"Chimera Conflict" is a provocative thriller in which a doctor undergoes an intriguing surgery following a devastating accident. In Robert Wilson Morgan’s speculative novel "Chimera Conflict", a doctor’s brain is transplanted into a... Read More

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by Suzanne Kamata

"Enough" is a startling memoir about surviving assault and grappling with mental illness. "Enough", a transnational memoir, recounts Amelia Zachry’s trauma and healing with courage and candor. Zachry was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,... Read More

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