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Reviews of Books with 290 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 290 pages.

Book Review

How to Examine a Wolverine

by Melissa Wuske

The deep, heartfelt essays of veterinarian Philipp Schott’s "How to Examine a Wolverine" read like rewarding animal memes. Drawing on years of experience, Schott’s bite-sized, real-life stories are organized by animal type, from... Read More

Book Review

Escape from Oblivia

by Claire Foster

In the novel Escape From Oblivia, a man flirts with his long overdue maturation, but faces obstacles both real and imagined in the process. Brian Kindall’s novel "Escape from Oblivia" uses humor to address the romantic, personal, and... Read More

Book Review

Crooked Lines

by Karen Rigby

"Crooked Lines" is a cerebral satirical novel that dwells in a perilous, divisive near future in which a handful of believers band together to make their mark. Jeffrey F. Meyer’s "Crooked Lines" is an incisive cat-and-mouse thriller in... Read More

Book Review

The Agent

by Eileen Gonzalez

"The Agent" is an understated mystery about a scam whose perpetrators are motivated by much more than greed. A trio of con artists converges on their latest mark in Marsha Roberts’s mystery novel, "The Agent". Victoria’s business... Read More

Book Review

Ring On Deli

by Susan Waggoner

"Ring On Deli" is a rousing and rewarding novel whose everyday heroes resist excessive leaps forward. In Eric Giroux’s witty contemporary novel "Ring On Deli", grocery store workers are determined to stand in the way of technology’s... Read More

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Dragon Head

by John M. Murray

James Houston Turner’s complex spy thriller "Dragon Head" drags a former KGB agent into an impossible situation with unavoidable deaths. A thief makes off with a hoard of stolen money from the Hong Kong criminal underworld before... Read More

Book Review

13 Billion to One

by Susan Waggoner

"13 Billion to One" is an absorbing memoir about a windfall that leads to considerations of what really matters. Randy Rush’s engaging memoir "13 Billion to One" is about a win so big that the resultant money seemed inexhaustible. The... Read More

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