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Reviews of Books with 373 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 373 pages.

Book Review

Giacomo's Daughter

by Eileen Gonzalez

The first in a trilogy, Giacomo’s Daughter is a satisfying mystery with plenty of conflict and a killer final line. The brutalized wife of a ruthless gangster takes matters into her own hands in Rosanna and Diana Savone’s historical... Read More

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Robbing the Pillars

by Gary Henry

Colorful historical settings and insights into immigrant experiences result in a meaningful, satisfying story. A colorful saga of the wild days of the California gold rush, "Robbing the Pillars" by Kalen Vaughan Johnson chronicles... Read More

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The Two Sisters' Café

by Diane Gardner

The Two Sisters’ Café is an addictive potion of a fairy tale about two benevolent witches, the townfolk they try to save, and a young apprentice struggling to escape abuse. Authors Elena Yates Eulo and Samantha Harper Macy tell of a... Read More

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Ungraspable Phantom

“Modern American literature begins … with Moby-Dick,” asserts novelist E. L Doctorow in the lead essay of this book. Certainly, no book has a better claim to the title “Great American Novel” than Herman Melville’s... Read More