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Reviews of Books with 315 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 315 pages.

Book Review

Warrior Won

by Katerie Prior

In yoga, the warrior pose is about seeking balance. It’s no wonder, then, that Meryl Davids Landau’s novel "Warrior Won" is about a woman contemplating her spiritual beliefs in the face of devastating news. Lorna seems to have it... Read More

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No Common War

by Susan Waggoner

Luke Salisbury’s stunning Civil War novel "No Common War" brings America’s bloodiest war to life through the eyes of a father, a son, and those who care about them. Mason Salisbury, a staunch abolitionist, has seen the cruelty of... Read More

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Pittsburgh to Cadiz

by Joe Taylor

In its honesty, this account of a quest for adventure and self-realization will attract those on similar paths. Mitchell Phillips McCrady’s musing memoir, From Pittsburgh to Cadiz, captures vibrant scenes thanks to fine writing.... Read More

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by Amy O'Loughlin

This intriguing chronicle of past lives emphasizes the importance of acting in the here and now. Mindy Tarquini’s "Hindsight" is an evocative and inventive reincarnation tale that chronicles the past lives of an intriguing assortment... Read More

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Not Hollywood

by Daniel Coffey

There is a glut of books published on all aspects of film studies: critical analyses of directors’ oeuvres; in-depth explications of classic and contemporary films; film genre readers; and histories of cinema in scores of countries and... Read More

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41 D-Man of Valor

by Cheryl Hibbard

Thousands of people mourned the death of SWAT officer Randy Simmons, who was killed during a hostage rescue mission. A twenty-seven-year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department, he was the first Los Angeles SWAT team member killed... Read More

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An American Tune

by Leia Menlove

Some writers have a gift for creating cozy scenes and comfortable locales despite a larger context of unease and violence. In her new novel "An American Tune", Barbara Shoup accomplishes this: meticulously establishing pleasant,... Read More

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