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Reviews of Books with 338 Pages

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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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Indomitable

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Always enthusiastic, often imperfect, Grier helped develop and sustain an industry, not just for herself, but for so many others. Joanne Passet’s Indomitable: The Life of Barbara Grier presents the life of LGBTQ publishing pioneer... Read More

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Deadly Savage

by Ron Watson

From start to finish, this is fresh and exciting work–highly recommended to fans of thrillers, specifically of action-packed stories concerning political intrigue. Dave Edlund’s "Deadly Savage" is an enthralling story from its... Read More

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