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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

A Dagger for Catherine Douglas

by Mari Carlson

In the historical novel "A Dagger for Catherine Douglas", a young couple contemplates the value of sacrifice. Though its impetus is the fifteenth century murder of a Scottish king, Euan MacPherson’s historical novel "A Dagger for... Read More

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The Passport Project

by Karen Rigby

Inspired by actual family travels, Kellie McIntyre’s "The Passport Project" follows the adventures of a five-month international family trip with ebullience. Sisters Delaney and Riley are going into the seventh and eighth grades. They... Read More

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Crazy Time

by John M. Murray

In the fantastical novel "Crazy Time", a woman who is suspended between life and death contemplates the nature of reality. A series of traumatic events leads a woman into a battle between good and evil in L. Andrew Cooper’s surreal... Read More

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Skull

by John M. Murray

"Skull" is a polished, uneasy mystery featuring a sinister killer and a gregarious pair of detectives. In Steve Williams’s procedural mystery "Skull", a pair of detectives tackle the case of a murdered family and their unlikely killer.... Read More

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Floridian Nights

by Karen Rigby

A gay widower contends with bereavement and new love in "Floridian Nights", Lance Ringel’s plaintive romance novel set during the late 1980s AIDS epidemic. At thirty-five, prickly, brooding Gary meets Rick, a twenty-two-year-old waiter... Read More

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HTML & CSS QuickStart Guide

by Jeremiah Rood

HTML & CSS QuickStart Guide is a great reference work for those learning to code and build websites. David DuRocher’s computing reference book HTML & CSS QuickStart Guide has the potential to turn average internet travelers... Read More

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The Rock of Achill

by John M. Murray

In the adventure novel "The Rock of Achill", fantastic experiences change a young man, but cannot alter what makes him unique. In Jim Sheehan’s epic novel "The Rock of Achill", a young man who’s accompanied by knights and rebels... Read More

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