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Reviews of Books with 281 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 281 pages.

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Center Stage

by Aimee Jodoin

Juggling the dramas of a Senate campaign, "Center Stage" is a suspenseful novel about a rock star candidate with a party-filled past. Wayne Avrashow’s political novel "Center Stage" follows an ex-rock star’s campaign to join the US... Read More

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The Land That Shivers

by Susan Waggoner

The Land that Shivers is an absorbing novel about lives derailed by government corruption. In The Land that Shivers, Ebele Ufondu’s riveting novel of contemporary Africa, the dangers and disasters of living in a failed state are etched... Read More

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by Hannah Williams

This dramatic thriller reveals many dark truths about the opioid crisis. Fueled by a murder mystery and a missing girl, Tom Collins’s page-turning thriller "Diversion" explores the opioid crisis and illegal drugs through myriad... Read More

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A Dream of Daring

by Maria Siano

In the antebellum South, inventor Tom Edmunton believes his new machine will change the lives of all in the region. This engaging second novel, by Gen LaGreca (she was a finalist for ForeWord‘s Book of the Year awards for her first,... Read More

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A World Gone Crazy

by Jill Allen

Richard J. Lukenda’s debut thriller, "A World Gone Crazy", introduces readers to Zeke Ocean, a forty-eight-year-old New Jerseyite who feels his glory days have passed. Once a top-secret special-ops soldier for the US, he has retired... Read More

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The Trauma Took Kit

by Penny Hastings

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a human event of such enormous repercussions that it envelops both mind and body. According to Susan Pease Banitt, in her book The Trauma Tool Kit: Healing PTSD From the Inside Out, “PTSD is a... Read More

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The Commuter Train

British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli once said, “Justice is truth in action.” Justice in Karl Milde’s "The Commuter Train" begins when Carl Collingwood and his twenty-something son Bruce hijack a Manhattan-bound commuter train.... Read More

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