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Reviews of Books with 376 Pages

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Most Scandalous Woman

by Jeff Fleischer

A poet, journalist, and key leader in Peru’s American Popular Revolutionary Alliance, Magda Portal was nicknamed by her opponents as a “Most Scandalous Woman.” Myrna Ivonne Wallace Fuentes looks at both Portal’s life and her work... Read More

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Terminal Secret

by Amanda Adams

Featuring a unique, creative plot that is sure to keep audiences guessing, "Terminal Secret" is an enthralling murder mystery. "Terminal Secret" by Mark Gilleo is a gripping and delightful fast-paced murder mystery. Set in Washington,... Read More

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Starswept

by Susan Waggoner

"Starswept" is a seductive and wholly satisfying book from start to finish—imaginative, well written, and touching on themes beyond romantic love. Love fantasy? Romance laced with bittersweet longing? Science fiction that glows with... Read More

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Inventing Loreta Velasquez

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Loreta Velazquez, cross-dresser and alleged soldier for the Confederacy, fascinated people in her own time and birthed a legend that still generates interest today. Civil War scholar William C. Davis writes Inventing Loreta Velazquez... Read More

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Frank-3 Enroute

by Tracy Fischer

A tough-as-nails cop with a heart of gold metes out justice in gritty Las Vegas. “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” is a promise certainly not kept in Frank-3 Enroute: The Call, part of the highly charged series by authors Rod... Read More

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White Eskimo

by Lee Polevoi

Those enthralled by tales of Polar expeditions will find much to celebrate in this thrilling and well-paced biography. Unlike more famous Polar explorers like Robert Peary, Robert Falcon Scott, and Roald Amundsen, there’s been no... Read More

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Shot Down

by Claire Foster

Detailed research puts the reader inside the cockpit, shoulder to shoulder with the pilot and crew. Steve Snyder’s masterful book, "Shot Down", does justice to the adventures of his father, pilot Howard Snyder, and the crew of the B-17... Read More

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