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Reviews of Books with 295 Pages

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The Shimmering Go-Between

by Peter Dabbene

Whimsical yet sincere, this Russian doll of a novel blends traditional and contemporary literary techniques. Lee Klein spins the bizarre but touching story of an autofellating widower and a woman prone to virgin births in his debut... Read More

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Of Little Faith

by Julia Ann Charpentier

A raw yet sensitive portrayal of hypocrisy set against the backdrop of the tumultuous 1960s presents the struggles of a liberal woman in the context of her conservative family and upbringing. Brutally frank and devastatingly real, this... Read More

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Conspiracy of Wolves

by Melissa Wuske

Ernie Hasler’s thriller, "Conspiracy of Wolves", tackles corruption at its deepest level. The protagonist, Douglas Hamilton, grew up in a Scottish coal-mining family. During a hotly contested miner’s strike, Douglas’s father,... Read More

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A Thousand Deaths Plus One

by Teresa Scollon

Originally published in Spanish in 2004 this is the most recent novel by an author generally agreed to be among the foremost Latin American literary figures at work today. Nicaraguas premier living writer Sergio Ramirez has played an... Read More

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Adventures in Nature New Zealand

by Craig J. O'Connor

New Zealand Maori legend says the earth was formed when Rangi, the sky, united with Papa, the earth. Then the demigod, Maui, fished up a cluster of islands from the sea and named them Aotearoa (Ao-TayA-RoA)-Land of the Long White Cloud.... Read More