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Reviews of Books with 320 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 320 pages.

Book Review

Christmas in Austin

by Meg Nola

In Benjamin Markovits’s novel "Christmas in Austin", the Essinger family gathers for the holidays, its siblings traveling from England and the East Coast back to Texas, where festive lights twinkle amid agave plants and the air smells... Read More

Book Review

Newcomers

by Laura Leavitt

Matthew L. Schuerman’s measured "Newcomers" examines gentrification and how it impacts cities for good and ill. Terms are defined with care in the text, which argues that new people moving into older urban neighborhoods don’t create... Read More

Book Review

The Ringmaster

by Angela McQuay

There’s a string of seemingly unrelated murders occurring in New Zealand, and it takes Vanda Symon’s sassy, smart detective Sam Shephard to tie them together. "The Ringmaster" is a multilayered, absorbing mystery that is full of... Read More

Book Review

Fifth Sun

by Jeff Fleischer

Camilla Townsend’s excellent historical text covers the Spanish conquest of the Aztecs with important additional context. Anecdotes from translated works and introductions to crucial Indigenous characters result in a gripping,... Read More

Book Review

Citizen Countess

by Jeff Fleischer

Sofia Panina’s life was full of interesting intersections. A countess born into wealth, she became a popular political figure, only to run afoul of the Bolshevik government. Adele Lindenmeyr’s biography of Sofia Panina, "Citizen... Read More

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Cedar and Salt

by Rachel Jagareski

Emily Lycopolus and DL Acken’s "Cedar and Salt" showcases Vancouver Island’s impressive local food scene. The large island, located off the coast of British Columbia, has a mild climate that enables year-round foraging and farming,... Read More

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