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Reviews of Books with 330 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 330 pages.

Book Review

Power Blind

by Joseph S. Pete

"Power Blind" is a compelling procedural novel; its story takes on the criminal justice system and the nature of power. V.S. Kemanis’s engrossing legal novel "Power Blind" follows a murder in New York City prior to the Covid-19... Read More

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No Gods, No Monsters

by George Hajjar

A distinctive urban fantasy novel, Cadwell Turnbull’s "No Gods, No Monsters" is an operatic story involving monsters, magic, and myth. The stage is set when Laina receives a flash drive containing footage of a Boston cop killing a... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

Parenting without punishment, threats, rewards, or bribery seemed like a fantasy until Wendy Thomas Russell enrolled in Ty and Linda Hatfield’s Parenting from the Heart course, which draws from Adlerian psychology and its offshoots. In... Read More

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In the Midst of the Sea

by Angela McQuay

Dark, emotional, and incredibly creepy, Sean Padraic McCarthy’s "In the Midst of the Sea" is an unsettling supernatural thriller. Diana agrees to move to Martha’s Vineyard with her husband Ford and their young daughter Sam, but she... Read More

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Nirvana Is Here

by Karen Rigby

Ari Silverman’s violent encounter with a neighborhood boy leaves him questioning himself in Aaron Hamburger’s "Nirvana Is Here", a coming-of-age novel set outside Detroit amid the rise of grunge. It is a nostalgic, wrenching... Read More

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Soul Remains

by Claire Foster

Even sinister cults need accountants. "Soul Remains", the second book in the Terribly Serious Darkness series by Sam Hooker, finds Sloot neck-deep in necromantic trouble. This whimsical, wry novel sends Sloot deeper into a magical world... Read More

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