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Reviews of Books with 402 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 402 pages.

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Seeking Two Elks Fighting

by Jeremiah Rood

"Seeking Two Elks Fighting" is a rich historical novel in which a man works to find himself at the height of Idaho’s gold rush. Joseph Dorris’s sweeping historical novel "Seeking Two Elks Fighting", the fifth entry in the Sheepeater... Read More

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Wee Willie Sherdel

by Ho Lin

A meticulously researched labor of love, the book is packed with generous helpings of era-specific details. He’s the winningest left-handed pitcher in St. Louis Cardinals history, and he outdueled the Yankees’ immortal Babe Ruth and... Read More

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Shrouded Truth

by Kristine Morris

"Shrouded Truth" is an alternative, unexpected, and even shocking view of the life and times of Jesus. Reena Kumarasingham’s Shrouded Truth: Biblical Revelations through Past Life Journeys tells Jesus’s story from a most unusual... Read More

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When Cotton Was King

by Joseph S. Pete

Meticulously researched and plotted, the novel threads the Blackstone family seamlessly through the narrative of the Civil War and the preceding conditions. Alvin S. Yusin’s historical novel "When Cotton Was King" is a... Read More

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The Ice Scream Man

by Meredith Hardwicke

There is a heartbeat that drives The Ice Scream Man, making it more than a run-of-the-mill serial-killer thriller. "The Ice Scream Man" by J. F. Salmon is a wicked and enticing portrait of a little boy turned sadistic psychopath. Young... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

With intelligent, evocative prose, Snow has revisited the Jesus story for a contemporary audience. The debut novel from Cambridge-educated theologian Peter D. Snow seeks to reorient the story of Jesus of Nazareth for a contemporary... Read More

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