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Reviews of Books with 325 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 325 pages.

Book Review

The Lost Boys of London

by Angela McQuay

Bianca Goddard, an alchemist’s daughter living in the last years of Henry VIII’s rule, is called upon by the local constable to help solve a murder in Mary Lawrence’s "The Lost Boys of London". The victim is a boy, found hanging at... Read More

Book Review

The Crime of Being

by Karen Rigby

On Good Friday, a white high school student, Shawnee, shoots his black classmate, Gunther, before attempting suicide. Alice Lichtenstein’s provocative novel "The Crime of Being" covers the fallout after both teens survive the hate... Read More

Book Review

Smoke City

by Meagan Logsdon

A warmly spiritual experience is achieved here, as the novel rushes toward a dawn that is both surprising and deeply emotional. Keith Rosson’s "Smoke City" is a brilliantly haunting tale of forgiveness and redemption even in the face... Read More

Book Review

Eat Wheat

by Melissa Wuske

Gluten-free has gone from diet craze to full-scale movement. But is gluten unequivocally a substance to be avoided? That, along with similar concerns about dairy, is the question of John A. Douillard’s book. Through his experience, he... Read More

Book Review

Cluster of Lies

by Meredith Hardwicke

This is a boisterous mystery with an intellectual backbone. "Cluster of Lies" by Samuel Marquis is an entertaining and unpredictable thriller that kick-starts and shows no signs of slowing. Young boys from the same Colorado neighborhood... Read More

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Song of the Vagabond Bird

by Melissa Wuske

With equal parts insightful and humorous, this soul-searching venture blurs the line between reality and insanity. "Song of the Vagabond Bird", by Terry Kay, is the story of a man desperate to forget the woman he loves. Five men on an... Read More

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