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Reviews of Books with 311 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 311 pages.

Book Review

Solomon Bull

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Solomon Bull" is a thrilling tale of perseverance against elements that range from the political to the natural and internal. Clayton Lindemuth’s "Solomon Bull" is a smart and darkly funny political thriller that takes institutional... Read More

Book Review

A Justified Bitch

by Leia Menlove

The true story here is one of a sister helping a sister, a mother-and-child-reunion, and a woman on the road to recovery. H. G. McKinnis’s "A Justified Bitch" may be labeled a murder mystery, but its real story is of family ties and... Read More

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HeartSourcing

by Patty Sutherland

Braun writes with palpable empathy and shares his wisdom about unconditional love as a catalyst to transformation. HeartSourcing: Finding Our Way to Love and Liberation, by Ramgiri Braun, is a book that will appeal to nearly everyone on... Read More

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The Joy of Discovery

by Lynn Evarts

If attractive, extremely sexually active teens is your thing, well then this sex romp of a book is your ticket. "The Joy of Discovery" is an erotic coming-of-age tale about the sexual awakenings of teenagers Shelly, Denise, and Steve.... Read More

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The Silent Partner

by Elizabeth Breau

Homer, a disgraced angel, has only seven days to publish a book that will prevent humanity from destroying itself. To do this, she must somehow convince its author, Tom Summers, to rewrite his toxic last chapter to provide humanity with... Read More

Book Review

Follow the Dog Home

by Brittany Dowdle

If it were up to the Walsh family, man’s best friend would more correctly be called family’s best friend. In "Follow the Dog Home", the love of dogs brings together three generations of the Walsh family, as father Bob, son Kevin, and... Read More

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Blood and Silk

by Gary Presley

It is obvious that Blood and Silk, with its sixteen-page list of “Works Consulted,” is a serious attempt to reinterpret Christian theology within the confines of an historical novel, and not just a cavalier attempt to generate... Read More

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