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Reviews of Books with 338 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 338 pages.

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by Benjamin Welton

"Krakenscourge" is a cerebral and visceral science fiction thriller. John Graham’s "Krakenscourge" is a complicated science fiction thriller in which all of humanity is at stake. In a story that is rife with drama, Gabriel Thorn is... Read More

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The Winter Riddle

by Claire Foster

Deck the halls and grab your Christmas garters! Sam Hooker’s smart, snarky new novel, "The Winter Riddle", is the best farce of the season. The Winter Witch is sick and tired of Vikings, jolly old elves, and frost giants. Her arctic... Read More

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Guarding Savage

by Benjamin Welton

Dave Edlund’s "Guarding Savage" is a near-perfect international thriller that includes everything from a Sino-American naval war to the history of Japanese atrocities in World War II-era China. At its core is an important message... Read More

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Taut Lines

by Matt Sutherland

To fish is to know the singular, electrifying moment when fish, bait, line, rod, and wrist all sense the others in a shock of surprise. The sensation is such a rush, few anglers are content to experience it only once—whether an... Read More

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Path to Justice

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

"Path to Justice" follows a harrowing case in an absorbing way. Jim Dutton’s "Path to Justice" is a smart and absorbing work of intrigue that goes behind the scenes of efforts to take down an international drug cartel. Nick Drummond is... Read More

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Practical Strangers

by Meredith Grahl Counts

Dawson and Todd’s burgeoning Civil War romance ignites curiosity. "Practical Strangers" is a remarkable compilation of letters from 1861 and 1862 that present a nearly complete record of Elodie Todd—the sister-in-law of Abraham... Read More

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