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Reviews of Books with 322 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 322 pages.

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Naked Truth

by Delia Stanley

The Naked Truth retells American women’s history in a sensitive, intimate way. Carrie Hayes’s charming historical novel "Naked Truth" dramatizes the lives of two American suffragettes, Tennessee Claflin and Victoria Woodhull, as they... Read More

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Cloud 9

by John M. Murray

"Cloud 9" is a near future thriller about escapism, government control, and maintaining one’s humanity. In N. Matthias Moore’s cyber thriller "Cloud 9", gamers compete to reach a digital heaven first as outside forces conspire to... Read More

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No Bridges Blown

by Matt Sutherland

The four years of Nazi occupation from 1940 to 1944 surely rank as one of the most painful periods in France’s long history. Beyond the dread of having the Germans roll over the five-million-strong French army in six weeks, taking more... Read More

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The Great Game

by John M. Murray

With its strong attention to the historical record, "The Great Game" is a sympathy-building tale. In Togrul Bagirov’s captivating historical novel "The Great Game", a man is driven by his intellect and his desire to do good. The shores... Read More

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Drain the Marsh

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Drain the Marsh" mixes historical and current events with healthy dollops of fantasy for a modern and timely political satire. A playwright and a demagogue stumble along their chosen career paths in Catherine Baird’s historical comedy... Read More

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The Winter Sisters

by Karen Rigby

"The Winter Sisters" is an entertaining historical fantasy in which lives change and minds open. Tim Westover’s eccentric novel "The Winter Sisters", pits Hippocratic medicine against folk remedies with tall-tale flair. The story is... Read More

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