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Reviews of Books with 326 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 326 pages.

Book Review

Paradise Earth

by Mari Carlson

"Paradise Earth" is a provocative literary novel that highlights the complex relationship between violence and compassion. In Amy Barker’s existential novel "Paradise Earth", a trio faces demons on a Tasmanian peninsula that’s known... Read More

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The Quest

by Delia Stanley

"The Quest" is an epic historical novel that centers on Lakota spirituality. In Charles Richard Latona’s absorbing novel "The Quest", a Lakota holy man takes on a new student and cares for the physical and spiritual health of his... Read More

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Hunting the Caliphate

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Hunting the Caliphate" is a raw and honest account of how ISIS was beaten, told from the inside by those who brought the caliphate down. Dana J. H. Pittard and Wes J. Bryant’s dual memoir "Hunting the Caliphate" reveals the inner... Read More

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Weapon of Choice

by Laura Leavitt

"Weapon of Choice" is an arresting historical saga regarding individual agency and the chaotic power of the printed word. Nathan A. Allen’s political history "Weapon of Choice" examines the influence of the printing press in bold... Read More

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Karma Wears Versace

by Benjamin Welton

The excitement in this police procedural hinges on science and on the book’s great central character. Rod Palmer’s stylish and heavy-hitting detective thriller "Karma Wears Versace" features a tenacious detective who takes on a... Read More

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The Spectral Arctic

by Susan Waggoner

In "The Spectral Arctic", Shane McCorristine focuses on early explorations of the Arctic. Citing numerous reports of ghostly presences, uncharacteristically strong belief in omens, and seemingly prophetic dreams, he notes that paranormal... Read More

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Runaway Ray

by Joseph S. Pete

The storytelling shows real flair, conjuring up the personal history of a man who shrouded his truths from those closest to him. Lorena Weaver’s multigenerational saga "Runaway Ray" is a full-bodied novel that draws upon a captivating... Read More

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Clara at the Edge

by John M. Murray

Clara’s story unspools in a compelling and engaging way. "Clara at the Edge" is a weird and engaging story of a widow, some wasps, and a traumatic past, a story that explores the importance of human connection. Seventy-three-year-old... Read More

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