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Reviews of Books with 324 Pages

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1968

by Kristine Morris

Robert C. Cottrell and Blaine T. Browne’s book is a reminder that the year 1968 saw the United States on the brink of a revolution, one that was virtually apocalyptic in scope. Race riots led to torched American cities, and outrage and... Read More

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Two Bodies One Soul

by Eva Schegulla

Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers breaks with tropes of vampire stories, and does so with strength and vision. Two Bodies One Soul: Brothers by Alannah King focuses on experimentation on vampires and the nature/nurture conundrum. The... Read More

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The Perfect Tenant

by Emily Kubal

Elegant imagery and characterization bring the story to life, with the streets of San Francisco carefully described. Rosanna Brand’s "The Perfect Tenant" is an epic, multifaceted thriller that explores the mind of a serial killer, and... Read More

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Soledades

by Amanda Adams

Wholly absorbing and paced to perfection, "Soledades" is historical fantasy at its finest "Soledades" by Atkin Knowles Akar is an intricate, lush addition to the historical fantasy genre. Vampire Marquaisa has lived some two thousand... Read More

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Wild Ideas

by Barry Silverstein

This is a well-crafted, impassioned discussion of creativity that should make a real impression. Creativity is shared by many, but the process of creating is little understood and often mysterious. In "Wild Ideas", Cathy Wild, a writer,... Read More

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See What I Have Done

by Meg Nola

"See What I Have Done" enters the murder house and, with quiet intensity, creates a memorable place of horror. Sarah Schmidt’s novel "See What I Have Done" revisits the notorious Lizzie Borden murders, weaving finely crafted fiction... Read More

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