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Reviews of Books with 288 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 288 pages.

Book Review

Castles from Cobwebs

by Elaine Chiew

J. A. Mensah’s "Castles from Cobwebs" is a haunting coming-of-age tale. Imani is a Ghanaian orphan who was left on a castle incline in Northumbria. Picked up by the reverend mother of a convent, Imani is raised there, experiencing... Read More

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Bourbon Is My Comfort Food

by Sarah White

Heather Wibbels’s "Bourbon Is My Comfort Food" is a beautiful, detailed guide to making and enjoying bourbon cocktails. Wibbels notes that many classic cocktails are made with bourbon, including Old Fashioneds, Manhattans, bourbon... Read More

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Gold Mountain

by Randi Hacker

In Betty G. Yee’s historical novel "Gold Mountain", a young Chinese girl poses as her brother, going to work on a US railroad in his place. Ling Fan’s father is in prison for a crime he did not commit, and her aunt is plotting Ling... Read More

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A Hard Place to Leave

by Kristine Morris

The luminous essays of journalist Marcia DeSanctis’s "A Hard Place to Leave" juxtapose the restless search for elsewhere with longing for home. The entries begin in a dank Moscow hotel room in 1983, and end with DeSanctis on a blazing... Read More

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Ursula Lake

by Eileen Gonzalez

In poet Charles Harper Webb’s thriller "Ursula Lake", a fishing trip is the impetus for a violent showdown between old friends. On an excursion to British Columbia, Scott, an aspiring musician, bumps into an old friend, Errol. Despite... Read More

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