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Reviews of Books with 305 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 305 pages.

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Off The Well-Lit Path

by John M. Murray

With its focus on vengeance and other dark human tendencies, "Off The Well-Lit Path" is captivating. In M.S. Holm’s bleak thriller "Off The Well-Lit Path", a desperate father attempts to rescue his daughter. Bob Rugg and his daughter... Read More

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Gypsy Blood

by Benjamin Welton

All the best horror reads like a dream. Actually, more like a nightmare. Jeff Gunhus’s "Gypsy Blood" is peak nightmare aesthetic, and this bizarre murder mystery set in the chilly labyrinth of Paris is sure to keep many awake at night.... Read More

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The Stargazer's Embassy

by Amanda Adams

An atypical take on aliens among us, Lerman’s novel is executed flawlessly. The Stargazer’s Embassy, by Eleanor Lerman, is a thrilling reversal of the alien abduction trope. Plagued by a lifetime of being followed by “the... Read More

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The Actress

by Diane Gardner

A subtle faith-based perspective and an uncommon heroine make this mystery one very worth investigating. Michael Hicks Thompson’s charming and compelling whodunit, "The Actress", falls between a hard-boiled detective novel and a cozy... Read More

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Loving Eleanor

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The relationship between Lorena Hickok and Eleanor Roosevelt is poignantly explored in this intelligent love story with historical roots. A story gleaned from the lines between the scandalous correspondence of writer Lorena Hickok and... Read More

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Red Stick One

by Jill Allen

Colloquial dialogue and adroit description provide a vivid sense of the physical world this fascinating character inhabits. Kenneth Kirkeby’s richly descriptive, character-driven novel, "Red Stick One", follows three periods of... Read More

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by Maya Fleischmann

The careful narrative pace allows for an exploration of the secrets of life and death, as perceived by a young Indian boy. “I took my time to come to your world.” This sentence begins the rich and hypnotic story of Baba, which... Read More

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