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Reviews of Books with 384 Pages

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by Meg Nola

In Nancy Bilyeau’s "Dreamland", the staid, guarded world of New York’s upper class is invigorated by Coney Island’s seaside air and spectacle. Set in 1911, "Dreamland"‘s bright, witty heroine is twenty-year-old heiress Peggy... Read More

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District of Columbia

by John M. Murray

There’s depth to the story lines of the historical drama "District of Columbia", which moves quickly through a tumultuous period. In Jefferson Flanders’s thought-provoking novel "District of Columbia", a diplomat becomes a poet and... Read More

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Fourth Trait

by Aimee Jodoin

A fascinating future world is the setting for "Fourth Trait", a supernatural science fiction tale. Benjamin A. Bryan’s science fiction thriller "Fourth Trait" is action-packed, emotional, and powered by psychic characters. Many years... Read More

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A South You Never Ate

by Susan Waggoner

Bernard L. Herman’s exceptional foodography of Virginia’s eastern shore, "A South You Never Ate", is a blend of “plate, place, and conversation.” The southern tip of the Delmarva peninsula is bordered by the Atlantic on the east... Read More

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by Karen Rigby

Peril and Victorian steampunk meld in Peter Bunzl’s winsome middle grade novel, "Moonlocket". Lily, her mechanical fox Malkin, and their friend, Robert, return for a personal mission that highlights London’s old-world mystique. Jack... Read More

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