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Reviews of Books with 287 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 287 pages.

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Into the Lightning Gate

by John M. Murray

A cosmic conspiracy ensnares a tech-savvy man in the science fiction novel "Into the Lightning Gate". In Robert Roth’s pulse-pounding science fiction novel "Into the Lightning Gate", a man is targeted by a shadowy cabal of... Read More

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Apocalypse: Managed

by Karen Rigby

An engaging, ragtag group makes their way through a changed landscape in "Apocalypse: Managed", an eccentric end times novel. In Jonathan Andrew’s amusing farcical novel "Apocalypse: Managed" a British middle manager defends his... Read More

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Oh, Baby!

by Karen Rigby

This is the welcome kind of parenting book that sugarcoats nothing. Oh, Baby! True Stories About Conception, Adoption, Surrogacy, Pregnancy, Labor, and Love features twenty-three brief essays for parents. Edited by Lee Gutkind and Alice... Read More

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The Depth of Grace

by Cheryl Hibbard

J. Bronson Haley is a believer, and "The Depth of Grace" explains why. “No matter how deep you’ve fallen into the pit,” he promises, “God’s grace can reach down and pull you out.” He considers himself a prime example of a... Read More

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Escape from Paris

by Patricia Morrow

In this tightly­-written war thriller, the reader is brought into the scene quickly as the author introduces the characters in situ and one by one—characters whose fates will soon intertwine through heart­-wrenching situations and... Read More

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by Lauren Kramer

What does it feel like to struggle with dyslexia and autism, to cope with cognitive disorders that make reading and writing impossible to master? In "Dummy", David Patten explains precisely how frustrating and demoralizing it was to have... Read More

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by Mark McLaughlin

Science fiction fans have to love a bad guy who likes the thought of being worshipped. Such is the character of Lozerick, who, like his father and grandfather before him, is one of a piratical band of mining engineers, poachers, slavers,... Read More

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The Claret Murders

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

As established long ago by the iconic James Bond, solving mysteries is simply much easier when one has a limitless supply of funding and gadgetry. This theory is ably upheld by wealthy, good-natured, and endlessly resourceful amateur... Read More

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