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Reviews of Books with 404 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 404 pages.

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Muir's Gambit

by John M. Murray

Two men interrogate each other in the tense spy novel Muir’s Gambit, musing over espionage’s moral quandaries and costs. Opening with a succinct, explosive declaration—“Charlie March is dead”—Michael Frost Beckner’s taut... Read More

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Shadows of Kalalau

by Katerie Prior

"Shadows of Kalalau" is a cinematic thriller that mixes noir sensibilities into a young woman’s search to find herself. In Doug Walsh’s suspenseful thriller "Shadows of Kalalau", a girl in lush Hawaii encounters deception and murder.... Read More

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Reality Revisited

by Andrea Hammer

"Reality Revisited" is a thought-provoking, ranging reference guide with plentiful material for discussion, debate, and entertainment. Igor D. Radović’s "Reality Revisited" is a sometimes satirical reference book that functions as a... Read More

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You Might Feel a Little Prick

by Delia Stanley

"You Might Feel a Little Prick" is a suspenseful medical thriller that incorporates dark humor into its peek behind the surgery room curtain. In Reuben Leder’s satirical thriller "You Might Feel a Little Prick", lovers and friends... Read More

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Alien Archives

by Danielle Ballantyne

Robert Silverberg is an enduring voice in science fiction, and eighteen of his extraterrestrial-themed short stories and novellas are included in "Alien Archives", collected for a new generation looking for life beyond our stars. Some of... Read More

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Flight of the Fox

by Benjamin Welton

Gray Basnight’s "Flight of the Fox" is the ultimate paranoid thriller—a major page-turner dedicated to one wrongfully accused man’s flight from the law. This is a big-league ride from start to finish, and at its core, it discusses... Read More

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