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Reviews of Books with 307 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 307 pages.

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Saving Vengeance

by Benjamin Welton

This military thriller blurs the line between real-world events and fictional action. John Witzel’s "Saving Vengeance" is a supercharged political and military thriller that has a firm grip on the pulse of international politics. Here,... Read More

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Chasing Mercury

by Claire Foster

Kimberly Cooper Griffin has a savvy, deft touch as she weaves in rich, vivid details that range from sexy to startling. Love is a hardy flower that can blossom in the midst of adversity, as Kimberly Cooper Griffin shows in "Chasing... Read More

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Blind Thrust

by Jill Allen

With believable, intelligent characters, there is a fine thriller on these pages that could shake things up. Samuel Marquis’s earth-shattering thriller, "Blind Thrust", excels at making a mystery story, with geology as background, an... Read More

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The Drum Tower

by J. G. Stinson

Death, resurrection, and change are woven into the narrative of Talkhoon’s personal experiences during her country’s upheaval. Farnoosh Moshiri’s latest novel is set during the 1979 Iranian revolution against its monarchy. "The... Read More

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The Sheltering Tower

by Jacquelyn Lazo

“Someone I trust paid a total stranger to deliver this,” reads the first line of a mysterious letter Homeland Security agent Dr. Juanita “Juan” Aznar receives in Mack Hicks’s latest novel, "The Sheltering Tower". The cryptic... Read More

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The Natural Navigator

by Kristen Rabe

Tristan Gooley has led expeditions on three continents, climbed mountains in Europe, Asia, and Africa, and flown and sailed solo across the Atlantic Ocean. A fellow at the Royal Geographic Society, he brings a wealth of experience and... Read More

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Eminent Disdain

Looking back over the past decade presents a picture of the United States that is troubling at best. It was a time of both international and domestic crisis-and also a time, according to Bromwell Ault, when the government generally... Read More

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