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Reviews of Books with 312 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 312 pages.

Book Review

The Time for Murder is Meow

by Karen Rigby

Local politics mask a killer’s identity in T. C. LoTempio’s cozy "The Time for Murder is Meow", a case set in a Connecticut town that is the buoyant start to a new series. TV actress Crishell McMillan has just returned to Fox Hollow... Read More

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The Other Hand

by Delia Stanley

"The Other Hand" is a captivating spiritual novel about faith and family. In Andrew Kane’s thoughtful novel "The Other Hand", traditional Judaism meets modern realities. Jonathan Bauman has been a Orthodox rabbi for decades, helping... Read More

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And Throw Away the Skins

by Delia Stanley

This poignant novel is stylish and poetic as it travels through the troubled seasons of a woman’s life. Scott Archer Jones’s emotional and dramatic novel "And Throw Away the Skins" follows the unpredictable and often painful twists... Read More

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Resurrection Lily

by Aimee Jodoin

"Resurrection Lily" tells a personal story about cancer prevention that doubles as a source of important information for women of all ages. Amy Byer Shainman’s memoir "Resurrection Lily" is an inspiring account of combating BRCA... Read More

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Plastic

by Susan Waggoner

Plastic is an unputdownable dark comedy, full of strong commentary on the times and sparkling LA scenes. Frank Strausser’s novel, "Plastic", is a delicious, caustic comedy of manners with a dose of suspense that keeps its pages... Read More

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Acts of Assumption

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

“Love is an earthquake … It overturns all sorts of assumptions,” and from "Acts of Assumption"‘s opening three-part definition of assumption, S. W. Leicher plays with its mental, physical, and cultural forms, chronicling what... Read More

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