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Reviews of Books with 342 Pages

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Second Acts

by Meredith Hardwicke

Intelligent, witty, and filled with true feeling, this is a novel that celebrates women’s bonds and resilience. "Second Acts", by Teri Emory, is a smart, heartfelt glimpse at love, loss, and surprises in the lives of three longtime... Read More

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Life at Sea

by Becky Diamond

Layton’s book is a fresh voyage through a fascinating subject, bringing the feeling of sailing to the page. In Life at Sea: From Caravels to Cruise Ships, anthropologist Monique Layton relates her experiences on modern liners to the... Read More

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Death in the Black Patch

by Delia Stanley

"Death in the Black Patch" blends chronicle with creativity to present a piece of the past. Bruce Wilson’s emotionally rich "Death in the Black Patch" paints a portrait of early twentieth-century life in the American South. Inspired by... Read More

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Host of Memories

by Jeff Fleischer

Peter Rupert Lighte is a natural storyteller, and "Host of Memories" collects short stories from throughout his life to form a memoir. Some of the childhood memories are as simple as searching for supplies for a family gathering or... Read More

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The Swap

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Mary Higgins Clark meets London in the first novel from Nancy Boyarsky, a fast-paced mystery in which a hopeful wife travels abroad to rekindle her relationship and finds, instead, that she’s stumbled into the tensions of an... Read More

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A Foolish Consistency

by Margaret Fedder

Weir takes a traditional romance to the next level by not glossing over the delicate choices involved in starting over at love and commitment. In "A Foolish Consistency" by Andrea Weir, recent divorcée Callie Winwood unexpectedly... Read More

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The Do-Nothing

by Sarah Stewart

Perkison’s strong storytelling grabs us from the first sentence and doesn’t let go until the final page. In "The Do-Nothing", Brannon Perkison weaves a story of loss, betrayal, and determination through the eyes of a teenage boy... Read More

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