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Reviews of Books with 328 Pages

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All the Right Mistakes

by Karen Rigby

With its insightful portraits of friendships in flux, "All the Right Mistakes" is an optimistic novel about work-life balance—and how it sometimes unravels. In Laura Jamison’s affecting novel, "All the Right Mistakes", a group of... Read More

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Lost in Oaxaca

by Karen Rigby

Travel and awakening combine in "Lost in Oaxaca", Jessica Winters Mireles’s delicate romance. Camille is a piano teacher at a personal and professional crossroads. After an abusive lover left her injured, Camille turned cautious. Her... Read More

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The Nine

by Charlene Oldham

School scandals and the fragile bond between a boy and his mother give "The Nine" wide-ranging appeal beyond its ivy-clad setting. Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg’s unique coming-of-age novel "The Nine" is set at an exclusive New England... Read More

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Being Mean

by Danielle Ballantyne

"Being Mean" is a scalding personal account of enduring, and healing from, childhood sexual abuse. Patricia Eagle’s searing memoir "Being Mean" is about her rise from the ashes of sexual abuse. Chronicling Eagle’s life from the ages... Read More

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Buying Gay

by Barry Silverstein

David K. Johnson’s "Buying Gay" is a compelling retrospective of physique magazines, which provided gay men with an outlet in the 1950s and 1960s. The “Physique Era” encompasses the rise and fall of physique magazines from 1951 to... Read More

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Big Lonely Doug

by Barry Silverstein

The educational, engaging story of a single tree that became symbolic of environmental activism, "Big Lonely Doug" by Harley Rustad dramatizes the conflict between human consumption and the environment. The story revolves around a... Read More

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