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Reviews of Books with 310 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 310 pages.

Book Review

Young Americans

by Karen Rigby

"Young Americans" is a visceral novel about treachery, filled with colorful period details. In Peter S. Rush’s "Young Americans", a hard-boiled crime novel set in the 1970s, an ambitious marijuana dealer is betrayed after he tries... Read More

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Head Waggling in Delhi

by Karen Rigby

In this accomplished travel memoir, India beguiles and repels and beguiles again. Eytan Uliel’s Head Waggling in Delhi: And Other Travel Tales from an Epic Journey Around India revisits the Australian author’s tour through an... Read More

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Clio Rising

by Monica Carter

Paula Martinac’s latest novel, "Clio Rising", is both a story of lesbian friendship and a literary mystery. Livvie Bliss—a young, out lesbian fresh from the North Carolina countryside—and Clio Hartt—a closeted lesbian known for... Read More

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Veins of Gold

by Karen Rigby

Fantasy novelist Charlie N. Holmberg fuses melodrama, romance, and magic in "Veins of Gold", a fanciful tale set in nineteenth-century Utah. Anime flourishes and unpredictable marvels pave a young woman’s path toward belief. Gentry... Read More

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Night Shift

by Claire Foster

"Night Shift" takes a “come one, come all” approach to erotica, with diverse body types, couplings, fetishes, and toys: nothing is off limits. "Night Shift" is funny, pervy erotica that explores the late night capers of a naive porn... Read More

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