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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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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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Car Wars

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Car Wars" is a timely mystery thriller about revenge, espionage, and corporate rivalry that’s taken to a deadly extreme. Terrorists threaten America’s electric car industry in Mike Brogan’s thriller "Car Wars". Madison is ecstatic... Read More

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The Art of Dying

by Delia Stanley

"The Art of Dying" blends drama and horror for a disturbing and gripping thriller. In Derik Cavignano’s thrilling crime drama "The Art of Dying", a determined detective looks for an arrogant and cruel killer while dealing with gang... Read More

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A Divided Mind

by Angela McQuay

A teenager fights for his sanity as his mother fights to support him in "A Divided Mind", M. Billiter’s emotional portrait of mental illness. Seventeen-year-old Branson has a supportive family, a wonderful girlfriend, and a bright... Read More

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The Goose Fritz

by Meagan Logsdon

Among the strands that shape a person’s identity, family may be one of the most influential. Sergei Lebedev delves into one such family in "The Goose Fritz", an impressive tangle of branches in a single ancestral tree. Kirill has... Read More

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by Nancy Powell

"Slower" is creative superhero story, deft in its use of history and physics to make the implausible seem plausible. In Ted Shepherd’s coming-of-age novel "Slower", a teenager contends with the life-changing and history-changing... Read More

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