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Reviews of Books with 406 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 406 pages.

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Plagued by Bad Beliefs

by Karen Rigby

"Plagued by Bad Beliefs" is an entertaining, perspective-driven historical novel centered on the fallout of a small town’s rivalries. In Jerry Dean Pate’s historical novel "Plagued by Bad Beliefs", a crusading journalist searches for... Read More

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Hoo Lee Jing

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

The nostalgic historical novel "Hoo Lee Jing" concentrates on a group of Americans in China, around whom conflicts erupt. During the Communist Revolution, a group of genteel American expatriates try to recapture the glory of pre-war... Read More

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The Nosferatu Conspiracy

by John M. Murray

The Sleepwalker is a fascinating urban fantasy whose elements are drawn from history. In Brian James Gage’s gothic fantasy The Sleepwalker, a sickly child’s fate may result in the unleashing of vampires. In the early 1800s, a pair of... Read More

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Man Mission

by Joe Taylor

Through its fun vacation scenes, the novel becomes a critique of commonplace definitions of manhood and a proposal of a healthier, more relational, and realistic model. Eytan Uliel’s novel "Man Mission" is a satisfying chronicle of... Read More

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The Paymaster

by Benjamin Welton

"The Paymaster" is an exciting exploration of terrorism and counterterrorism, a twenty-first-century thriller done right. Adeed Dawisha’s fast-paced novel "The Paymaster" unites a former nationalist and an ambitious journalist to take... Read More

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by Claire Foster

For fans of Tom Clancy and Robert Ludlum, "Disruption" is an absolute yes. Things that thriller novels are not: politically correct. Things that thriller novels are: fast-paced, sweat-inducing, heart-pumping. "Disruption", the latest... Read More

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Tour of Duty

by Amanda Silva

At its heart, "Tour of Duty" is an absorbing memoir with contemporary relevance. A memoir pertinent to ongoing conversations about the behaviors of American police forces, "Tour of Duty" by Steve P. Danko Sr. offers an intimate... Read More

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