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Reviews of Books with 296 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 296 pages.

Book Review

A Year of Living Kindly

by Drema Drudge

Proposing ways to make life better for everyone, one kind act at a time, "A Year of Living Kindly" is an optimistic self-help work. Donna Cameron’s self-help book "A Year of Living Kindly" is filled with sage advice on living a kinder... Read More

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38 Hours to Montreal

by Benjamin Welton

"38 Hours to Montreal", with its many photos and its amazing ambiance of bleak Canadian winters, reminds us of what great history books used to be like. Speed, technology, and transition are the central themes of this fun, lively history... Read More

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Angela Cray Gets Real

by Rebecca Hussey

Dara Carr’s "Angela Cray Gets Real" is an entertaining, unconventional mystery that is difficult to put down. Dara Carr’s "Angela Cray Gets Real" is a mystery with a decidedly unconventional detective: Angela Cray is broke, living... Read More

Book Review

The White Angel

by Karen Mulvahill

A Scottish nanny is shot and dies in the home of her wealthy employers, initiating the scandal that inspired John MacLachlan Gray’s novel "The White Angel". It takes a sweeping view of life in Vancouver in 1924. Labor unrest, enormous... Read More

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