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Reviews of Books with 318 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 318 pages.

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The Eves

by Karen Rigby

Heartfelt personal discoveries are made, and rich friendships formed, in the warm novel "The Eves". In Grace Sammon’s redemptive novel, "The Eves", a woman’s private estrangements threaten to engulf her—until she finds a healing... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

In the futuristic world of John Graham’s "Seraph", voidstalkers fight a rogue conspiracy that threatens all of humanity. In John Graham’s science fiction thriller "Seraph", the future includes a group of genetically enhanced,... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

Ronald S. Barak’s latest Brooks/Lotello thriller, "Payback", is a whodunit that takes place at the Thriller Jubilee, a mystery writers’ conference on a Spanish island. Cyrus Brooks, a retired federal court judge, and Frank Lotello, a... Read More

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Accidental Encounters

by Drema Drudge

Tender takes on brotherhood and meditations on fate enliven this political thriller. Coincidences and the bonds of brotherly love direct George Friesen’s political thriller, "Accidental Encounters". The Bigelow brothers, Dave and Bob,... Read More

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A Life Rebuilt

by Mari Carlson

Emotionally satisfying without becoming sentimental, "A Life Rebuilt" is a memoir that works to come to terms with a complicated past. In her emotional memoir "A Life Rebuilt", Sylvia Gutmann forges a new future by reviving her lost... Read More

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Paper Is White

by Mya Alexice

Hilary Zaid’s earnest and moving "Paper Is White" explores the intersection of lesbian and Jewish identity through its memorable characters, Ellen and Francine, as they try to get married in the 1990s. Their intriguing story is genuine... Read More

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