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Reviews of Books with 424 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 424 pages.

Book Review

City of a Million Dreams

by Susan Waggoner

With a resident’s in-the-bones understanding of the place, Jason Berry’s "City of a Million Dreams" is a hypnotic biography of a unique American city. Beyond its Mardis Gras, po boys, and jazz lies a richer and more complex New... Read More

Book Review

When the Flood Falls

by Claire Foster

The trouble with country living: there’s nobody to hear you scream. Lacey McCrae, a former corporal in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, defends a friend from a nighttime stalker in the tense thriller "When the Flood Falls". With... Read More

Book Review

Ernst Kantorowicz

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Ernst Kantorowicz, son of a wealthy German Jewish liqueur manufacturing family, aesthete, intellectual, confirmed bachelor, active bisexual, and groundbreaking medievalist, is a contentious figure, even within Robert E. Lerner’s Ernst... Read More

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The BlackHawk Meets the Tiger

by Nancy Powell

Inventive and original comedic touches make this riff on fantasy standards a satisfying read. Tiger BlackHawk’s morality-fueled fairy tale "The BlackHawk Meets the Tiger" is an entertaining and humorous fantasy mash-up in which a... Read More

Book Review

Ringo

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

Extensive research and an injection of personality make this a definitive biography of the most underrated Beatle. Richard Starkey evolved from working-class roots and a sickly childhood to becoming one-quarter of the most famous... Read More

Book Review

Deadly Cold

by Anna Call

A fast-paced, politically savvy potboiler, "Deadly Cold" is a quick and engaging read. A series of apocalyptic natural disasters plunges Earth into a deep freeze in Jed O’Dea’s "Deadly Cold". Two fugitive scientists, Maya and Tucker... Read More

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