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Reviews of Books with 392 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 392 pages.

Book Review

Uncle Cheroot

by Mya Alexice

Uncle Cheroot is alluring, surrounded by mystery and enlivened by his supernatural attributes. In Alan Jansen’s fantastical novel "Uncle Cheroot", a young woman aims to discover who she is by unraveling her uncle’s supernatural... Read More

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Mistress Suffragette

by Karen Rigby

With its mixture of contemporary gutsiness and nineteenth-century manners, this is a delightful exploration of leaving home. Diana Forbes revisits the Gilded Age in this lively, mesmerizing historical romance. "Mistress Suffragette" is a... Read More

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Blue Haven

by Vernieda Vergara

"Blue Haven" gives a familiar inheritance premise new life with supernatural elements and a pragmatic and steady lead. A pragmatic woman finds her mettle tested by ambitious relatives and supernatural forces in M. E. Barbezat’s... Read More

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Bus to Corinth

by Jeremiah Rood

"Bus to Corinth" is Christian fiction that is related with an enjoyable mix of travel and Bible. "Bus to Corinth" by Ladine Housholder is sweet, old-fashioned, and Greek-inspired Christian fiction. Housholder’s returning cast of... Read More

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The Assassin's Honor

by Gary Presley

The fun and adventure abound in this historical thriller set on the high seas. Robert N. Macomber sets sail on Commander Peter Wake’s twelfth sea adventure, this time cruising his venerable US Navy hero into Caribbean intrigue between... Read More

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