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Reviews of Books with 334 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 334 pages.

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The Parasol Flower

by Monica Carter

In Karen Quevillon’s novel "The Parasol Flower", a doctoral candidate, Nancy, becomes so entranced by an illustration of a painting that she stumbles upon during her research that it changes the course of her life. The painting is the... Read More

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The MIT Murders

by Benjamin Welton

"The MIT Murders" is a perfectly plotted mystery that focuses on the fascinating world of biotechnology. Stephen L. Bruneau’s "The MIT Murders" is a spectacular mystery that combines cutting-edge biotech, mad science, a conspiracy, and... Read More

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by Nancy Powell

"Alone" is a detailed coming-of-age story about survival and identity. In C. D. Shelton’s young adult adventure "Alone", a plane crash forces a rebellious teen to confront his role in his rift with his distant, workaholic father. Wall... Read More

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by John M. Murray

"Visions" is a polished detective story centered on the cost of doing the right thing. S. T. McCrea’s captivating paranormal thriller, "Visions", pits a supernaturally gifted school teacher against the physical embodiment of evil. A... Read More

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Operation ARGUS

by Delia Stanley

This is a suspenseful tale whose descriptions of how military men reintegrate into civilian life are particularly authentic. Willy Mitchell’s dramatic suspense novel Operation Argus weaves true experiences and historic events into a... Read More

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Sugar Land

by Hannah Hohman

In tammy lynne stoner’s quietly powerful "Sugar Land", Dara is in love with a woman—her best friend, Rhodie. But that is a sin in 1923 in Texas, and it’s one that Dara decides to root out of herself by any means possible. That... Read More

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