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Reviews of Books with 371 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 371 pages.

Book Review

Grinder Hill

by Delia Stanley

Exploring themes of health, weight loss, and love, "Grinder Hill" is a romance that’s heavy with opinions. C. D. Shelton’s "Grinder Hill" follows a young man’s weight-loss journey. He navigates self-acceptance and romance while... Read More

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Ring Go Round

by Maria Siano

When Marieke, a successful woman working at World Bank Tower in Washington, D.C., decides not to board her plane home from a business trip in Brussels but instead quite spontaneously travels on to vacation briefly in Amsterdam, an... Read More

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The Hunt for Valhalla

Dr. Matthew Hensley CEO of a hot medical research company has decided to skip the Man of the Year ceremony being held in his honor. Matt “a misfit … a nonconformist a gambler and a renegade” would rather be having fun. A three-day... Read More

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A Remarkable Curiosity

A Journalist’s Sojourn:[/b] Take a pinch of Mark Twain, add a dash of Studs Terkel, and you’ll have the recipe for Amos Jay Cummings’ westward-ho dispatches for the New York Sun. Cummings was a man of his times: he was awarded the... Read More

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Our Man in Mexico

“If you had to pick a moment when it all began to rot,” says Michael Scott, whose father is the subject of this page-turning nonfiction thriller about the CIA in the fifties and sixties, “it might be Guatemala in 1954.”... Read More

Book Review

The Guardian

by Harold Cordry

The United States has never seen a newspaper like South Africa’s Guardian, nor has it had the need for one. The Guardian was a paper serving workers whose paltry wages offered them little more than the slender hope of surviving from... Read More

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