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Reviews of Books with 291 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 291 pages.

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Michael, the Automaton

“There is a satisfactory boniness about grammar which the flesh of sheer vocabulary requires before it can become a vertebrate and walk the earth.” —Anthony Burgess “Lulu recommends ordering a proof copy of your work and checking... Read More

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Red Mass

by Deborah Straw

As this novel begins, the protagonist, a sixty-year-old lawyer and judge in Toronto, is reinstated to the bar and attends the Red Mass, a traditional ceremony that is “the archaic opening [of] the courts with a church service.” The... Read More

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New York Stories

by Scott Downing

Lady Liberty, the piercing goddess and defender of this planet’s most fabled city, stands alone, torch ablaze, illuminating the hopes of humanity while guiding millions who are following their quest towards her protected shores. In one... Read More

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Par Four

by Mark Terry

Jake Hines has just been promoted to Chief of Detectives in Rutherford, Minnesota, (a disguised Rochester, home of the Mayo Clinic and IBM). It is not a big city with big city crime, but it’s trying hard. The mystery starts out with... Read More

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American Folk Magick

by H. Shaw Cauchy

The author’s teacher, Preston Zerbe, says “The greatest thing is belief…faith…it can be done.” Well, that, and a bowl of salt, a ball of red yarn and a few drops of dragon blood. Written by a practicing witch, this is a... Read More