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Reviews of Books with 354 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 354 pages.

Book Review

The Chronicles of Iona

by Drema Drudge

The Chronicles of Iona: Island-Pilgrim is a swift, mesmeric historical tale about the men who shape a nascent nation. Paula de Fougerolles’s Chronicles of Iona: Island-Pilgrim is engrossing historical fiction relaying the creation of... Read More

Book Review

McDowell

by Joseph S. Pete

"McDowell" is an ambitious, often captivating character study. William H. Coles’s engaging novel "McDowell" is a story of hubris and personal transformation. Haughty doctor Hiram McDowell, a nominee for secretary of Health and Human... Read More

Book Review

Secret Keeper

by Aimee Jodoin

"Secret Keeper" is as gorgeously written as Emily’s process to healing is rendered. This is a standout novel. Jane Alvey Harris’s thoroughly immersive young adult fantasy "Secret Keeper" interweaves a teenage girl’s journey through... Read More

Book Review

McDowell

by Susan Waggoner

"McDowell" is a moral tale with a touch of modern ambiguity. William H. Coles’s "McDowell" draws from headline issues and a contemporary American setting to tell an unabashedly allegorical tale. Prominent physician Hiram McDowell has... Read More

Book Review

Ace

by Allyce Amidon

Well-drawn characters are the highlights of this top-notch, entertaining thriller. Detectives Sal Mitchell and Eddie Sandovan are back in Steve Williams’s most recent mystery, "Ace". This time they’ve got a murder that wraps up just... Read More

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