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Reviews of Books with 423 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 423 pages.

Book Review

The Site

by Delia Stanley

"The Site" is a mysterious science fiction novel in which investigators stumble on aliens and face deep ethical questions. In Carlos Valrand’s science fiction novel "The Site", a woman’s dreams of clandestine missions and alien... Read More

Book Review

Full Breach

by John M. Murray

Brennan’s journey out of drug addiction is equal parts wondrous and believable. An addict, a cult, and supernatural powers make N. Lawrence Mann’s "Full Breach" addictively thrilling. Through an ex-girlfriend, Brennan Reynolds... Read More

Book Review

Wild Laws

"Wild Laws" is the ninth thriller in Jim Michael Hansen’s acclaimed Laws series, featuring Denver homicide detective Bryson Coventry. Each book stands alone, so they can be read in any order. In this offering, Coventry tangles with a... Read More

Book Review

Deadly Laws

by Alan J. Couture

An ominous voice on law student Kayla Beck’s cell phone offers her a horrible choice: If Kayla doesn’t try to rescue a kidnapped woman, the chained woman will starve to death — or take another way out with the razor blade provided... Read More

Book Review

Book of Lies

by Martin Shaw

When Ross Ohrenstedt starts his researches for the dissertation on gay writers that should bring him his graduate degree, he is befriended by the wealthy, older gay writer Damon Von Slyke. As Ross begins his cataloging of Von Slyke’s... Read More