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Reviews of Books with 275 Pages

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Haunted

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Phoebe isn’t exactly sure why her family has suddenly relocated from sunny California to a dismal stone monstrosity in Grenshire, England, but she does know it has something to do with her. "Haunted", the first book in Lynn... Read More

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God of Speed

by Dindy Yokel

The fascinating, cringe-worthy, exhilarating life of Howard Hughes flies off the page. Howard Hughes is one of the twentieth century’s strangest enigmas, and Luke Davies’s "God of Speed", a fictionalized account of Hughes’s life,... Read More

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Believing

by Christine Canfield

Why do humans hold beliefs that defy the facts? It’s all brain biology. It all began with a woman who believed she was not her parents’ biological child. All evidence pointed to her being their child, and her belief did not alter her... Read More

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Devil Dancer

by Thomas Kachadurian

The day after prize stallion Devil Dancer is shot in his paddock, private detective Wendell Clay meets a woman over some jumper cables and then gets hired to solve the crime; neither turns out to be what they seem. "Devil Dancer" is a... Read More

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Should Christians Prosper?

by Kristine Morris

James H. Hooks responds to the question “Should Christians Prosper?” with a resounding “Yes!” in this Bible-based study of the Christian path to financial prosperity. However, that “yes” comes with a caveat: to enjoy a... Read More

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Plato for Everyone

by Elizabeth Millard

For those who aren’t steeped in philosophical study, the type of questions posed by a major philosopher like Plato can seem difficult to grasp without a knowledgeable guide. Fortunately, former professor Aviezer Tucker, author of Our... Read More

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The Lie That Is Lincoln

by Mark McLaughlin

Calling Carl Sandburg and other Lincoln scholars “ass-lickers,” “imbeciles,” and “sycophants,” and denigrating all previous biographies, histories, and works on America’s sixteenth president as “bullshit” is not the... Read More

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