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Reviews of Books with 304 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 304 pages.

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Roots of Wood and Stone

by Karen Rigby

In Amanda Wen’s sensitive Christian novel Roots of Wood and Stone, a nineteenth-century diary draws a Kansas pair closer as they unearth personal pains. Sloane, the curator of the Sedgwick County Museum of History, is an adoptee, drawn... Read More

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Spoils of the Dead

by Angela McQuay

Dana Stabenow’s fifth book in the Liam Campbell series, "Spoils of the Dead", involves secrets from the past—and an inexplicable murder in the present. Liam hasn’t even formally started his new job as an Alaska state trooper when... Read More

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At the Edge of the Haight

by Ho Lin

Unsparing but sympathetic, and with journalistic details, "At the Edge of the Haight" begins on an ominous note: a young runaway, Maddy, and her rambunctious dog, Root, happen upon a dying man in Golden Gate Park. A stranger threatens to... Read More

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A Recipe for Daphne

by Claire Foster

In Nektaria Anastasiadou’s Istanbul-set romance "A Recipe for Daphne", history and culture influence three people brought together by their shared identities. At seventy-six, armed with Viagra and his irrepressible desire for love,... Read More

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Still Life

by Eileen Gonzalez

Historical figures reevaluate the legacy of an abolitionist in Zoë Wicomb’s novel "Still Life". Plagued by writer’s block, an author allows the contemporaries of Thomas Pringle, a Scottish-born poet and abolitionist, to take the... Read More

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Yanks Behind the Lines

by Eileen Gonzalez

This book is a worthy testament to everyone who participated in an admirable WWI endeavor. Jeffrey B. Miller chronicles a massive but little known humanitarian organization in his fascinating historical account, "Yanks Behind the Lines".... Read More

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The Hidden Half

by Matt Sutherland

While it is politically inconvenient at times, science is certainly real and deserving of respect. Not to say that science doesn’t deserve scrutiny. Like experts in other fields, scientists too often lack the humility to acknowledge... Read More

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