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Reviews of Books with 305 Pages

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

Book Review

Winning at Persuasion for Lawyers

by Melissa Wuske

"Winning at Persuasion for Lawyers" is a compelling career guide that suggests clear means of excelling at courtroom speaking. Shane Read’s career guide "Winning at Persuasion for Lawyers" coaches its audience through various facets of... Read More

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Mt. Moriah's Wake

by Karen Rigby

Mt. Moriah’s Wake is an eloquent novel in which a woman experiences a spiritual homecoming and embraces love. In Melissa Norton Carro’s elegiac novel Mt. Moriah’s Wake, a woman confronts grief about her past and her resultant... Read More

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The Tree of Knowledge

by Karen Rigby

"The Tree of Knowledge" is a funny and engaging mystery novel whose academic antiheroes regard logic as a training strategy, a weapon, and a cause. In Daniel G. Miller’s cozy mystery novel "The Tree of Knowledge", an Ivy League... Read More

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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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