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Reviews of Books with 378 Pages

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Cloning Galinda

by Gary Henry

"Cloning Galinda" is an entertaining tale that opens a fascinating window into the controversial subject of hydraulic fracking. One good Midwestern woman stands up against the overwhelming financial and political might of a corrupt... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

"Passages" is a down-to-earth and relatable work that reaffirms the goodness of ordinary people. Anne Hamre’s epic, multicontinent story of love and searching, "Passages", is a sweeping historical romance that reads like a selection of... Read More

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Monument Road

by Nancy Walker

A skillful braiding of subplots and flashbacks spins the yarn of an aging cowboy on an existential journey. Charlie Quimby’s "Monument Road" is a modern-day Western saga not to be missed. It spins the yarn of Len Self, an aging cowboy... Read More

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Murder in Cairo

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Terrifying and brutal, this fast-paced thriller is a riveting beginning for what promises to be a great series. Four American women, together known as the ACES, attempt to rescue a friend from a deranged man’s luxurious compound in... Read More

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Divine Toys

by Tammy Snyder

Thistle Brown writes a smart, sophisticated story steeped in literature and music. Divine Toys: Book One is a remarkable story steeped in literature and classical music that takes the reader from the poor countryside of Arkansas to the... Read More

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by Melissa Anne Wuske

Murder and kidnapping aren’t what most readers expect in a coming-home-again narrative. Cross-cultural immigrant stories that are tinged with reminiscence, nostalgia, and a bit of angst are more the norm. But Joe Costanzo breaths new... Read More

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The Absent Sea

by Monica Carter

Can a victim be complicit in her own oppression? In this dense and historical novel, Carlos Franz attempts to answer that question through the story of Laura Larco, a philosophy professor residing in Berlin who is called back to her... Read More

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