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Reviews of Books with 336 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 336 pages.

Book Review

A Saint of Our Own

by Meg Nola

Kathleen Sprows Cummings’s thorough and spirited "A Saint of Our Own" looks at the Catholic community in the United States and its desire for an American saint. Well-researched in historical and religious context, the book conveys the... Read More

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Bloodflowers

by Rachel Jagareski

"Bloodflowers" is a nuanced, scholarly analysis of the brief but influential career of photographer Rotimi Fani-Kayode, whose family fled Nigeria’s 1960s civil war for London. He subsequently lived in Washington and New York until his... Read More

Book Review

Einstein's Wife

by Kristine Morris

Trained alongside Albert Einstein, Mileva Marić, the renowned physicist’s first wife, has been credited with being a brilliant mathematician, surpassing Einstein himself; it’s also been said that she coauthored his 1905 paper on... Read More

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Healing Hearts

by Tanisha Rule

Sarah M. Eden’s masterful romance "Healing Hearts" is a story of love, forgiveness, and friendship in which dangerous secrets prove impossible to keep. It’s 1876 in the small, tight-knit frontier town of Savage Wells, Wyoming.... Read More

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The Alchemist's Illusion

by Claire Foster

In The Alchemist’s Illusion, Zoe Faust continues her search for a missing mentor. The mystery involves an evil painting, a phoenix pendant of dark provenance, and an art crime that spans centuries. On one of Zoe’s walks through a... Read More

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Dark Cure

by Benjamin Welton

"Dark Cure" is an action potboiler that raises compelling questions about contemporary science. Cameron K. Moore’s biomedical thriller, "Dark Cure", is set in a mysterious rain forest. Its characters include members of French military... Read More

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