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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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A Reason for Living

by John M. Murray

In the historical novel "A Reason for Living", a broken man who’s participating in a revolution looks back on the women who loved him. In Julian Jingles’s historical novel "A Reason for Living", an aimless man finds unexpected... Read More

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Blue Yonder

by Aimee Jodoin

"Blue Yonder" is a historical biography that captures the coming-of-age of a young soldier against the dramatic backdrop of World War II. Susan Gemmill’s biography of her military father, Bill Gemmill, reads like a novel; it is a... Read More

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The Black Orchestra

by Karen Rigby

"The Black Orchestra" is an intricate WWII espionage novel in which a priest confronts questions about moral duty versus allegiance. R. J. Linteau’s World War II novel "The Black Orchestra" is a fascinating alternative history about... Read More

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Balian d’lbelin

by Jeremiah Rood

Set during the Crusades, "Balian d’lbelin" follows a heroic knight’s efforts to save the kingdom of Jerusalem. Helena P. Schrader’s riveting historical novel "Balian d’lbelin" is set during the Crusades and is filled by battles,... Read More

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Baby Steps

by John M. Murray

Genetic engineering is behind the movements of "Baby Steps", a novel that dramatizes both philosophical musings and scientific revelations. In Eugene Clark’s robust novel "Baby Steps", independent parents grapple with the morality and... Read More

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Waging Justice

by Laura Leavitt

Through self-reflection and admissions of struggle, this memoir’s inspirational prose elevates the pursuit of the global good. Paul Zeitz’s memoir "Waging Justice" is about his career in epidemiology and lifetime pursuit of social... Read More

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