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Reviews of Books with 349 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 349 pages.

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Capitol Murder

by Delia Stanley

"Capitol Murder" is a compelling thriller that looks inside the United States’s health care system. In Mike Brogan’s political thriller "Capitol Murder", two ambitious women working to see universal health care legislation passed in... Read More

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A Light from Below

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"A Light from Below" is an action-packed high fantasy novel that deals with the spectre of a coming war. In Chadham Thomas’s fantasy novel "A Light from Below", war is coming to a peaceful nation, but the one person who knows about it... Read More

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After Olympus

by Eileen Gonzalez

"After Olympus" blends fact and fiction into a spellbinding novel about what’s real, what’s not, and who decides which is which. Four men devote their lives to changing the world in Santiago Xaman’s challenging novel, "After... Read More

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The Phoenix of Florence

by Katie Asher

In search of ultimate freedom, a broken young girl transforms after a devastating tragedy in Philip Kazan’s "The Phoenix of Florence". Choosing the path of a soldier and then a master swordsman, Onoria completely abandons her former... Read More

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The Curing Room

by Savannah Dantona

Raw and disturbing, "The Curing Room" is a psychological thriller with an unforgettable twist. Michael Winn’s "The Curing Room" is a swift psychological thriller that delves into themes of mental illness, revenge, and healing. Ava is a... Read More

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Are You Lonesome Tonight?

by Cheryl Hibbard

English author Michael J. Clark’s "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" is a contrived—albeit zany and entertaining—tale, but it may miss its mark with American audiences. The main story is about two men, born and raised in New York state,... Read More

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