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Reviews of Books with 300 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 300 pages.

Book Review

The Old You

by Angela McQuay

A woman with a hidden past finds out her husband’s secrets are much more sinister than her own in Louise Voss’s twisting thriller "The Old You". Lynn Waites hasn’t always been Lynn Waites. At one time, she was an undercover... Read More

Book Review

A Beautiful Voice

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The indomitable Jake Travis returns for another high-stakes investigation in "A Beautiful Voice". Jake Travis is a hero, but he’d protest that designation. He’s—mostly—left his former military and intelligence life behind. He... Read More

Book Review

Fault Lines

by Angela McQuay

The death of a renowned volcanologist casts suspicion on his young lover in "Fault Lines", an edgy, atmospheric thriller. Surtsey is a young volcanologist. Her beloved mother is sick; she feels guilt over her relationship with her... Read More

Book Review

Left

by Meg Nola

In the taut and compelling "Left", a small, troubled universe of friends, family, and lovers tries to find twenty-nine-year-old Natasha Bell, whose disappearance on a stormy summer night left few clues and a mystery that may never be... Read More

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50 Ways to Love Wine More

by Rachel Jagareski

If learning more about the finer points of wine is on your (ice) bucket list, Laughren’s book is a seductive resource to kick-start your resolution. Jim Laughren’s 50 Ways to Love Wine More: Adventures in Wine Appreciation is a fun... Read More

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