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Reviews of Books with 328 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 328 pages.

Book Review

Lake Crescent

by Meg Nola

In J. J. Dupuis’s mystery novel "Lake Crescent", a cryptozoologist travels to Newfoundland in hopes of confirming or debunking the presence of a sea serpent that’s rumored to live in a lake. Laura’s team arrives in Robert’s Arm,... Read More

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Vlogentia

by John M. Murray

"Vlogentia" is an exciting fantasy novel in which people from parallel worlds face each other down. In WM W. Somers’s fantasy novel "Vlogentia", people from Earth are abducted by those attempting a power grab in a parallel world. In... Read More

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Qisas

by Benjamin Welton

A couple faces down terrorists in this exciting, modern thriller. In A. A. Freda’s supercharged thriller "Qisas", a daring couple fights terrorism in the US and beyond—and the fight is personal. This entry in the Sam and James series... Read More

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The Redshirt

by Ashley Holstrom

Corey Sobel’s magnificent debut novel, "The Redshirt", exposes the hypermasculinity of collegiate football as a freshman starts at a Division One school. Miles is younger and smaller than the rest of his teammates at King College.... Read More

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All of Us Warriors

by Bianca Bowers

"All of Us Warriors" includes twenty stories of survival and loss, told in the words of everyday people; it puts a realistic face on cancer. Rebecca Whitehead Munn’s revealing collection of cancer stories, "All of Us Warriors", comes... Read More

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Paris, City of Dreams

by Erika Harlitz Kern

The re-creation of Paris from a medieval urban maze to the city of lights and boulevards comes to life in Mary McAuliffe’s historical exposé Paris, City of Dreams. When Louis-Napoleon, nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte, took power in... Read More

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