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Reviews of Books with 335 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 335 pages.

Book Review

Zero Day

by Paige Van De Winkle

"Zero Day" is a fascinating and highly relevant thriller with invigorating elements of realism. T. L. Williams’s "Zero Day" is a complex, smart, and timely drama about virtual warfare. Within the thriller, China uses hacking to attack... Read More

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The Second Letter

by Hannah Eason

With its solid structure and fast pace, along with a standout sleuth, Lane’s story makes a worthy new entry into the suspense genre. Robert Lane sets the stage for his cross-generational government/dirty-business suspense story, "The... Read More

Book Review

Guests on Earth

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

Mental hospital where Zelda Fitzgerald spent her last days provides real-life backdrop to tale of lust among the lost … and shock therapy. Highland, “a famous, progressive hospital” in Asheville, North Carolina, the setting for... Read More

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Rogues, Writers & Whores

“I enjoy nothing more,” wrote Jean-Baptiste Colbert, France’s Minister of Finance under King Louis XIV, “than making love, dining well and drinking the rich red wines of Bordeaux, and I am never more pleased when I can carry out... Read More

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