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Reviews of Books with 370 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 370 pages.

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by Sonya Lovy

Quantum is a fun mystery, and its action-adventure turns are backed by science as well as history. In "Quantum", by Dean De Servienti, a strange, 250-million year old cylinder that looks like a walking cane is discovered, setting forth a... Read More

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Glorious Times

by Anna Call

In this genealogy of the Craighead family, the author explores the history and exploits of this famously nature-oriented clan. The tale of the Craigheads begins with the dawn of the American colonies, but the book itself begins with the... Read More

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Crash Lane News

by James Burt

"Crash Lane News" is an unquestionable bible for those hitting the road, a lifesaver packed in the glove box. Right off the bat, "Crash Lane News" declares itself a self-help book. On today’s highways, travelers have to be aware of... Read More

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Lies, First Person

by Diane Prokop

Hareven’s brilliant writing is simply irresistible as she traces two sisters’ emotional journeys through recovering from a childhood trauma. In "Lies, First Person", by Gail Hareven (translated from the Hebrew by Dalya Bilu), sisters... Read More

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