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Reviews of Books with 383 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 383 pages.

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Dead Point

by John M. Murray

In LaVonne Griffin-Valade’s spirited mystery novel "Dead Point", an officer carries the weight of her town on her shoulders while trying to solve a gruesome series of murders. After twenty years away, Maggie returns to her hometown,... Read More

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by Claire Foster

A curse is a wish gone sour, twisted sideways, and stuck into the softest spots. Titan’s "Cursed" collects twenty skin-crawling, tooth-grinding scary and sensuous stories and lyric poems that revive traditional fairy tales and create... Read More

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Just A Guy

by Maria Siano

Sports network’s “quiet founder” addresses his troubled family in a memoir aimed at setting the record straight. Don Rasmussen recounts his role in founding the country’s major sports network in Just A Guy: An Autobiography by... Read More

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All is Well with My Soul

“He spoke and things suddenly appeared” the author writes. “What power! I hope there’s a huge screen in heaven and we can hit rewind and we can see creation. Wouldn’t that be awesome?” Vera Simpson Gaines in her devotional... Read More

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Mandalay's Child

by Rebecca Maksel

The first of a trilogy, Mandalay’s Child follows the Lal family through the turbulent events of 1941-1947. In 1941, Devi Lal, the patriarch of the family, is a successful physician in Burma. As the eldest son in a Brahmin family in the... Read More