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Reviews of Books with 328 Pages

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49 Buddhas

by John M. Murray

Blending elements of philosophy, religion, and the mystery genre to interesting effect, "49 Buddhas" is the start of a series to watch. Jim Ringel’s refreshing and complex murder mystery "49 Buddhas" borrows from Eastern philosophy and... Read More

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Plane Crash

by Matt Sutherland

Certain few unfortunate souls—you know who you are—aren’t comforted at all to hear that commercial aviation is far and away the safest form of transportation. If it’s so safe, they ask, why am I so terrified to step on a plane?... Read More

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The Wooden King

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Viktor Trn has “the talent of the historian. To drag up the past from its forgotten and stinking grave and put the gore on display so it paralyzes the future.” Unmoved by high-flown arguments, Trn knows that history is for survivors,... Read More

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Big Yellow ТakcИ

by Susan Waggoner

Big Yellow TakcИ is enlightening and thoroughly entertaining, a travel book that makes you want to follow suit. Jaded tourists, weary business travelers, and armchair adventurers who think they’ve read it all, rejoice: Michael... Read More

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by Meredith Grahl Counts

This is a romance, but it’s a romance about solitude and healing and making a home. It’s perfect timing when Arizona-born Molly Bannister learns that she’s inheriting Wildwood, a farm in Juniper, Alberta, the land of the nine-month... Read More

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The Wilds of Poetry

by Matt Sutherland

All the world’s Jews, Christians, Muslims, Hindus—they’re peas in a faith-based pod. But Buddhists don’t belong in there. No, the Buddhist gig is more about waking up to what’s real, realization of how the universe really... Read More

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