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Reviews of Books with 367 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 367 pages.

Book Review

Burn Up

by Anita Lock

"Burn Up" is a gripping thriller from beginning to end. A mysterious death at Burning Man evolves into a maddening rabbit chase of an investigation in Joe Klingler’s Burn Up. Qigiq, an Alaskan gumshoe, and his sexy sidekick, Kandy,... Read More

Book Review

Spirit of the Fox

by Laura Leavitt

"Spirit of the Fox" is a gripping, culturally immersed mystery. Matthew O’Connell’s intriguing and compelling mystery, "Spirit of the Fox", draws on the culture and history of Japan. Meiko, whose parents, David and Chieko, are... Read More

Book Review

Lamp Eyes, Look Out!

by Katie Asher

"Lamp Eyes, Look Out!" is an imaginative, often beautiful work of science fiction. Peter Gelman’s "Lamp Eyes, Look Out!" is a poetic and abstract science-fiction response to the current political climate in the West. Mixing Greek... Read More

Book Review

Fundamental Existentialism

by Mark McLaughlin

In this odd and often repetitive collection of journal entries, e-mails, letters to the editor, midnight scribblings, disjointed poems, badly rhymed limericks, and muddled diary entries, Philip Fletcher chronicles the physical, mental,... Read More