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Reviews of Books with 354 Pages

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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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Soleil's Star

by Karen Rigby

This entertaining, fast-paced third installment in a thrilling series develops relationships while maintaining fun action. Soleil’s Star begins in 1990, with a newly doubtful Soleil Tangiere eager to lay her past to rest. This third... Read More

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The Ice Cap and the Rift

by Allyce Amidon

When the shifting of tectonic plates up and down the Atlantic opens up a huge fissure in a glacier in Iceland, a long-dormant volcano is revealed and, embedded in an interior wall, a cave filled with technology that is far too advanced... Read More

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Faraday

by J. G. Stinson

With a perfect blend of humor and danger, this steampunk thriller is a truly exciting and intense reading experience. In the third installment of Mark Lingane’s steampunk series, the mood darkens as young tesla and Academy student... Read More

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South of Good

by Karyn Saemann

This intelligent, well-written drug thriller is also wickedly funny. Texas sheriff Hardin Steel becomes ensnared in a violent drug feud along the US-Mexican border in Randall Reneau’s suspense-and-action-crammed "South of Good". When... Read More

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84 Ribbons

by Leia Menlove

In this riveting ballet story set in 1950s America, Paddy Eger reminds us that not every ballerina gets her fairy-tale ending. Seventeen-year-old Marta Selbryth always dreamed of being a professional ballet dancer. When she secures a... Read More

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