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Reviews of Books with 352 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 352 pages.

Book Review

13 Days to Die

by Delia Stanley

In Matt Miksa’s political thriller "13 Days to Die", American and Chinese agents work together as a deadly virus threatens to cause worldwide devastation. Olen is used to working undercover in dangerous territories. But between the... Read More

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The Believer

by Amy O'Loughlin

"The Believer" is the expansive story of John E. Mack, a preeminent Harvard Medical School professor and psychiatrist whose exploration of alien abduction phenomena nearly destroyed his career and reputation. Born in 1929 to wealthy... Read More

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Her Here

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In Amanda Dennis’s melancholy literary novel "Her Here", a wounded graduate student translates the story of a fellow wanderer. Since her mother died, Elena has shuddered her way through daily existence. She’s assigned herself new... Read More

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Slash and Burn

by Tanisha Rule

In Claudia Hernández’s complicated novel about war, longing, disappointment, and resilience, "Slash and Burn", story and style vie for supremacy. The story begins with the memory of a schoolgirl struggling through an exam on which the... Read More

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The Well of Ice

by Jeremiah Rood

In Andrea Carter’s wonderful Ireland-set cozy mystery "The Well of Ice", murder comes to town over one memorable Christmas week. Sarah Benedicta O’Keeffe—Ben, for short––has lived in Donegal for only a short time. She serves as... Read More

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Prospects of a Woman

by Meg Nola

In Wendy Voorsanger’s novel "Prospects of a Woman", a woman travels to Gold Rush California, where her New England upbringing, femininity, and traditional role are challenged. In California, Elisabeth and her husband Nate discover that... Read More

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