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Reviews of Books with 368 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 368 pages.

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Mosquito Supper Club

by Rachel Jagareski

Chef Melissa M. Martin first opened the Mosquito Supper Club in New Orleans as a pop-up in 2014, introducing diners to authentic Cajun food and tales about the cooks, fishers, and farmers who live and work in southern Louisiana. The... Read More

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by Eric Patterson

In his new book "Faster", Neal Bascomb retraces the story of an underdog racing team. Made up of a driver banned from all the top European teams because of his Jewish heritage; an ambitious American heiress who wanted to make her mark in... Read More

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The Good Hawk

by Ho Lin

"The Good Hawk" imagines a mythological medieval Scotland whose mainland was devastated by plague and whose outer island clans are struggling to survive. On the Isle of Skye, Jaime is a reluctant teen from the Clann a Tuath. He’s... Read More

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The Heartless

by Benjamin Welton

David Putnam’s thriller "The Heartless" asks a timeless question: how far would you go to protect a loved one? Bruno Johnson, a deputy officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, thought he left all the blood and... Read More

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Race for Profit

by Jeff Fleischer

The Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968 is a case study in the way that private industries twist government programs to their advantage. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor’s "Race for Profit" is clear and methodical as it details how a... Read More

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