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Reviews of Books with 346 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 346 pages.

Book Review

Stuck in Manistique

by Aimee Jodoin

Set in small-town Michigan, "Stuck in Manistique" is an unconventional novel that is both entertaining and cathartic. Dennis Cuesta’s quirky and atmospheric novel, "Stuck in Manistique", strikes a perfect balance between lighthearted... Read More

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Making It Work

by Geraldine Richards

In "Making It Work", the Vietnam era serves as a dynamic backdrop for the story of a young woman’s journey to maturity. "Making It Work" by Kathleen Glassburn follows Sheila Doty as she grows into a self-assured woman. Sheila’s... Read More

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Crooked Principles

by Brittney Decker

Cady’s stylized prose penetrates the darkest crevices of the imagination. Kevin Cady’s blood-drenched thriller Crooked Principles: Book Two of the Warren Files sends FBI agents Elijah Warren and Aurelia Blanc on a chilling... Read More

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The Moonshine Wars

by Felicia Topp

These pages are filled with characters fighting poverty with industriousness and battling discrimination with colorblind friendships. Set amid the wide-ranging history of the American South and its traditions of bootlegging and white... Read More

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Marines Never Cry

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

"Marines Never Cry" is an uncompromising coming-of-age story that clarifies the nature of war. He laughed his way through high school and basic training. Now, fresh off of Parris Island, Zeke Hammond is eager to join the fight against... Read More

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