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Reviews of Books with 289 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 289 pages.

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Redemption

by Jeff Fleischer

On April 3, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. arrived in Memphis to support striking sanitation workers and delivered a powerful address that proved to be his last. In the excellent Redemption: Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last 31 Hours,... Read More

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Awakening Together

by Sarah White

Larry Yang is an ordained Buddhist monk and a passionate advocate for diversity in dharma communities. His "Awakening Together" is part spiritual memoir and part stirring call to action directed at the Western Buddhist community, asking... Read More

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Mani-Pedi Stat

by Thomas BeVier

You want Jersey tough? Step aside, Gov. Chris Christie. Meet Deb Ebenstein. In the summer of 1993, she was sixteen with great legs, curly brown hair, and smarts enough not to smoke—the “whole package,” she doesn’t mind saying.... Read More

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Vulnerability

by Katerie Prior

In the days after 9/11, many reporters wrote stories about where Al Qaeda might strike next: buildings, monuments, infrastructure. In the intervening years, it has become clear that high-profile sites are not the only vulnerable targets.... Read More

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Nomad

by Diane Gardner

The beauty of an exotic locale, the drama of business intrigue, and the fascinating life of a pilot should provide a solid foundation for a compelling novel. Winston Brown includes all of these elments in "Nomad", a story largely drawn... Read More

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Flashblind

by Lawrence Kane

"Flashblind" is a first-rate medical thriller written by an actual medical doctor. As the plot unfolds, geneticist Jake Holder discovers that his brother, Sean, has inherited a rare disease that renders his body incapable of repairing... Read More

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The Story of Sassy Sweetwater

by Jill Allen

"The Story of Sassy Sweetwater" is a sparkling debut novel. It is a bildungsroman chronicling the life and loves of the title character from age thirteen through adulthood. Born to promiscuous Violet McLaughlin in 1949, Sassy Sweetwater... Read More

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