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Reviews of Books with 290 Pages

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Devil in the Dark

by Tara Cheesman

Cinematic and fast-paced, "Devil in the Dark" is a satisfying thriller. When a Mexican drug lord attacks a US border-crossing station, the government deploys their secret weapon: a man called Rage. "Devil in the Dark" is the second... Read More

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The Island They Towed Away

by Erica Sweeney

This allegorical tale is a clear comment on the frequent ridiculousness of political systems and the public’s fickleness in embracing ideas. Politicians have been known to use an array of tactics to distract the public from the real... Read More

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Bygones

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Fans of contemporary romance mixed with a mystery subplot will be happily sated. "Bygones", by Lisa K. Nielsen, entices with sympathetic characters and a series of mysterious break-ins. Suspense and romance are braided together through... Read More

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Shift into Freedom

by Kristine Morris

Does spiritual awakening have to be difficult? Does it require years of meditation and tireless struggle to master the mind and body? Loch Kelly, director of the Open-Hearted Awareness Institute and authorized to teach meditation by... Read More

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Paranoid

by Barry Silverstein

This fascinating and groundbreaking study of the causes and consequences of paranoia isn’t about you—we promise. Psychology professor David LaPorte acknowledges that everyone experiences some paranoia, but his focus in this engaging... Read More

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