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Reviews of Books with 301 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 301 pages.

Book Review

Hitler, My Father

by Susan Waggoner

The novel’s potpourri of raw research snippets keeps the pages turning. In the mid-1970s, a Frenchman named Jean-Marie Loret claimed to be the illegitimate son of Adolf Hitler and a French farm girl. Though the claim was never proven,... Read More

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Wickwythe Hall

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

Little’s riveting, enlightening historical fiction puts a human face on the costs of war. Judithe Little’s "Wickwythe Hall" is a riveting and enlightening mix of history and fiction that puts a human face on the costs of war. Set in... Read More

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Department Zero

by Claire Rudy Foster

When Cthulu calls, "Department Zero" listens. Paul Crilley’s zingy, hilarious new book takes a cheeky swipe at H. P. Lovecraft, Los Angeles, single fatherhood, and pretty much everything else. Peppered with pulpy slang and enough... Read More

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A Father's Letters

by Karen Rigby

A father emphasizes remaining true to oneself in this moving collection of letters to his college-aged daughters. A Father’s Letters to His College Daughters by William Courter gathers insights, advice, and reflections from the pivotal... Read More

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Khamlok

by Sheila M. Trask

Pagan rituals and herbal medicine team up with laser beams and space travel in "Khamlok", the second installment in Regina M. Joseph’s Alterran Legacy series. With Colony Earth in 2012, Joseph began to explore an alternate history of... Read More

Book Review

The Way Up

by Wayne Cunningham

Former lawyer Ward Jones has made good use of his private and corporate legal expertise in his fifth novel, "The Way Up". Against a backdrop of courtrooms, lawsuits, and the legal maneuvering needed to create an oil and gas exploration... Read More

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