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Reviews of Books with 320 Pages

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

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Paradise, WV

by Claire Foster

In the layered thriller "Paradise, WV", a rural town suffers from the “municipal leprosy” of the stigmatized opioid epidemic. A string of grisly murders links the misery of the town’s present to its gory past—and to a convicted... Read More

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Secrets

by Carolina Ciucci

"Secrets" is a sensational story about how swinging and espionage merged in the 1980s. With names changed to preserve anonymity, Zillary Zahn’s intriguing cultural history "Secrets" focuses on the possible role that swing parties... Read More

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Brain Storm

by Molly Sprayregen

"Brain Storm" is a gut-wrenching memoir that moves from extreme abuse to healing and forgiveness. Shelley Kolton’s heartbreaking memoir "Brain Storm" covers her long-term battle with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), once referred... Read More

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Don't Call It a Cult

by Claire Foster

Journalist Sarah Berman brings her signature gimlet eye and impeccable reporting to the story of the NXIVM women in Don’t Call It a Cult, a chilling true crime account. Convicted in 2019 of federal crimes including sex trafficking,... Read More

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Turning Down the Noise

by Melissa Wuske

Heartfelt and with touches of humor, Christine Jackman’s "Turning Down the Noise" showcases the inviting power of silence. The book tracks Jackson’s growth into appreciation of the practice of silence. Her development happened in... Read More

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Chessboxer

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

Burdened by unresolved grief and hounded by her coach and her mother, Leah, otherwise known as Chessgirl, finds herself losing chess match after chess match. Suddenly, the very game that used to excite her brings only exhaustion. Eager... Read More

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In Praise of Retreat

by Melissa Wuske

Kirsteen MacLeod’s "In Praise of Retreat" is a body, mind, and spirit book that invites refuge away from the noise. In today’s hyperconnected climate, wherein the idea of stepping away is unthinkable, this book calls stepping back an... Read More

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Vibrant

by Melissa Wuske

Stacie Stephenson’s "Vibrant" paints a vision for holistic health, and plots a path to achieve it. Here, lifestyle medicine, which is related to integrative and functional medicine, is all about empowering individuals to make daily... Read More

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