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Reviews of Books with 381 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 381 pages.

Book Review

The Death Bet

by Lynn Evarts

Coastal locales illustratively described bring an exotic setting to this fast-paced business espionage thriller. Life insurance policies used to be peace of mind—a financial cushion—for a person’s loved ones. What happens when life... Read More

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Shaken in the Water

by Diane Gardner

Fate and faith, curse and coincidence—through vividly imagined characters, Jessica Penner creates a complex journey through dark places that follow generations. In 1903, a baby girl, Agnes, is born into an ultra-conservative Mennonite... Read More

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Our Interplanetary Future

Yesterday’s science fiction and fantasy is rapidly becoming the science fact of today. Astonishing developments in the field of astronomy, including the possible detection of water on our moon and Mars and the discovery of Super Earths... Read More

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The Last Legend

It set nearby unmoving with a gray quivering mule and on the ground the slumping body of a man still holding the reigns beneath his life force spilling from the holes of three bone spun arrows fletched with owl feathers sticking from his... Read More

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Baby Jesus Pawn Shop

by Barbara Ardinger

Like Isabel Allende, who has written about Chileans trying to survive the Pinochet dictatorship, Lucia Orth writes about ordinary Filipinos trying to survive under Ferdinand Marcos’s martial law. Orth, who lived in Philippines for five... Read More

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A Handbook for Parents and Church Workers

by David George

Stories and metaphors grab our attention. That fact is taught as well as demonstrated in A Handboook for Parents and Church Workers with its parable about “the great green greasy river” and stories of “Joe Banana” and “Amy... Read More