I managed to fix the issue of particular Zim notebooks pegging the
CPU. Steps to fix:
1) cp someNotebook/ someNotebook-COPY
2) cd someNotebook
3) rm -rf {all directories, but not files}
4) cp -r ../someNotebook-COPY/{oneDirectory} .
5) Open Zim, test.
6) Completely exit Zim: select Quit from the system tray icon
7) Do steps 4, 5, and 6 for each notebook

For some reason, removing the notebooks then copying them back one by
one resolved the issue.

-- 
Dotan Cohen

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