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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

Ollie Come Free

by Klay Dyer

"Ollie Come Free" is a meticulous novel about a family forever changed by one unexpected day. In Timothy Patrick’s young adult novel "Ollie Come Free", a precocious boy becomes an artistic savant after being struck by lightning. In... Read More

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Deadly Arts

by Wendy Hinman

"Deadly Arts" is a complicated mystery centered on a mysterious crime. In Ken Brigham’s mystery "Deadly Arts", a perplexing situation comes to the attention of a legendary former police detective. The death of a Nashville artist... Read More

Book Review

The Face Tells the Secret

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Jane Bernstein’s thoughtful, character-driven novel "The Face Tells the Secret", a woman struggles with new knowledge about her unhappy childhood. Roxanne was never close to her mother, Leona, who prided herself on not being... Read More

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

Book Review

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

Book Review

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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