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Reviews of Books with 380 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 380 pages.

Book Review

Billions Lost

by Barry Silverstein

"Billions Lost" is a timely, insightful, and important book that deserves serious consideration. In "Billions Lost", Hilarie Gamm makes a compelling case that America’s technology industry has surrendered to foreign economies. This... Read More

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Aphrodite's Stand

by Anita Lock

Aphrodite’s Stand works across genre conventions, resulting in a romance novel with definite bite. An interracial couple is so enraptured with one another that they are blindsided by the unfolding sinister plans of others in Sandra... Read More

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Actual Love

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Actual Love" is a novel with historical range that highlights the importance of fidelity, especially in trying times. Kevin Logan’s "Actual Love" is a modern love story with a biblical twist, an academic epic that jumps between times... Read More

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The Gail Force

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Jake Travis distinguishes himself amongst other dynamic PIs in the genre via his pure zest for life, which often presents with a sensual edge. In "The Gail Force", the dangerously dashing Jake Travis is back, drawn into an intricate plot... Read More

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Chaos Theory

by Felicia Topp

Who knew the end of the world could be so much fun? This is an entertaining farce on the state of politics and world affairs. When the news all seems bad in the world, Colin Robertson’s raucous farce, "Chaos Theory", a “feel good... Read More

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Eighty-Eight Years

by Thomas BeVier

Dr. Samuel Johnson, the famed British lexicographer and essayist, was at his acerbic best when he described those in Britain’s American colonies who bemoaned taxation without representation: “How is it that we hear the loudest yelps... Read More

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