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Reviews of Books with 430 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 430 pages.

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Privileged Secrets

by Aimee Jodoin

In the speculative thriller "Privileged Secrets", conspiracies both human and supernatural are exposed because of a New York cult. Harper Woods’s engrossing thriller "Privileged Secrets" involves a patriarchal cult—and a... Read More

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Fighting Chance

by Joseph S. Pete

Though acknowledging that depression can have ill effects, "Fighting Chance" approaches its subject with hope. Sarah Zabel’s comprehensive text "Fighting Chance" concerns the science of depression, emphasizing effective treatments and... Read More

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As If Death Summoned

by Aimee Jodoin

Alan Rose’s literary novel "As If Death Summoned" is about grief and community in the time of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The book’s unnamed narrator has returned to the US from Australia, where he spent a decade with his partner, Gray,... Read More

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Soldiers of Freedom

by Eileen Gonzalez

The World War II novel "Soldiers of Freedom" is filled with fascinating historical information and lesser-known heroes from the war. In the waning days of World War II, three freedom fighters remain devoted to the cause in Samuel... Read More

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Belle Grove

by Hanna Choi

"Belle Grove" is a feel-good mystery novel with just the right amounts of drama, thrill, and heart. In the second installment of the Corsica series, Libby Langston once again finds herself drawn to long-buried secrets in the little town... Read More

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The Chamber of Khajuraho

by Claire Foster

This stunning adventure, from LA to a hidden temple in India, is a trip worth taking. What if you had to travel halfway across the world to discover who you really were? In this stunning new novel, "The Chamber of Khajuraho", by... Read More

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Twelve American Wars

by Joe Taylor

One by one, Windchy harshly evaluates all the US wars and the personalities that shaped them. “Rough tough, we’re the stuff. We want to fight and we can’t get enough. Whoopee!” The war cry of Lt. Col. Theodore Roosevelt’s Rough... Read More

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