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Reviews of Books with 362 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 362 pages.

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by Karen Rigby

In the young adult mystery novel "Botheration", teenagers contend both with ordinary problems and a cyber terrorism investigation. In Vito DiBarone’s edgy mystery novel Botheration: Part One: The Missing Link, high school students seek... Read More

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Segment of One

by Alex Dailey

"Segment of One" is a gripping, high-stakes novel in which marketing analyses and science could be used to stop serial killers. In "Segment of One", a thriller by Michael Grigsby, a Texas community is placed in the grips of two serial... Read More

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The Agency

by Randi Hacker

"The Agency" is an imaginative espionage novel in which a group of undercover agents work with the British government to defuse an international situation. In Monica McGurk’s spy novel "The Agency", a group of outlier nanny trainees... Read More

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Seasons Between Us

by Kristen Rabe

The dazzling speculative fiction anthology "Seasons Between Us" features a range of distinct and powerful voices. These stories imagine parallel worlds in which different rules apply, animated by androids, aliens, selkies, and dryads.... Read More

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by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

"Recruited" is a booze-soaked literary salute to the dot com heyday of the 1990s. A young woman almost loses herself in the splashy world of recruiting in Lauren E. Anderson’s novel Recruited. Olivia is about to graduate from Dartmouth... Read More

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Clean Sweep

by Aimee Jodoin

"Clean Sweep" is a heartrending novel in which a privileged woman learns empathy—and about how families don’t have to be based on genetic bonds. In E. B. Lee’s novel "Clean Sweep", an under served New York City community transforms... Read More

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