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Reviews of Books with 325 Pages

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Deadly Echoes

by Lynn Evarts

Nonstop action, exotic locales, keep this thriller fresh and exciting. Philip Donlay’s "Deadly Echoes" is a thrill ride from start to finish. In his fourth outing, Donovan Nash finds himself up against his longtime sworn enemy, Garrick... Read More

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Dark Lady of Hollywood

by Jill Allen

All the world’s a stage when an actress and a terminally ill TV executive meet in this biting comedy. It takes a special kind of talent to simultaneously skewer Hollywood and Shakespeare while writing a thought-provoking novel, and... Read More

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John's Assignment

by Kristine Morris

The world will end unless mankind changes its ways; what would you do? How would humans react if an angel came to Earth to offer them a choice? They can change some of their most cherished thoughts, beliefs, and customs to align with... Read More

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A Silence of Mockingbirds

by Lia Skalkos

Sometime around 2 a.m. I finally put down Karen Spears Zacharias’s A Silence of Mockingbirds: The Memoir of a Murder. Still, sleep would not come. My mind kept returning to the characters and the events, searching for understanding.... Read More

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Innocent

by Elizabeth Millard

Stereotypes about welfare recipients abound in both the media and the public’s perception, believes author B. Morrison. But it’s not until someone is actually in the position of requiring that level of assistance that he or she finds... Read More

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