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Reviews of Books with 432 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 432 pages.

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Haig's Coup

by Joe Taylor

Two-time Pulitzer Prize nominee Ray Locker’s second book about the Nixon White House is Haig’s Coup, an inside view of the besieged president’s final sixteen months in office as seen by his closest adviser, General Alexander Haig.... Read More

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Brunch at Bittersweet Café

by Karen Rigby

Sweet dreams take flight between a pastry chef who’s lost her way and a pilot looking to avoid a relationship in "Brunch at Bittersweet Café". Carla Laureano’s second title in the Supper Club series melds Christian romance with... Read More

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A Harvest of Thorns

by Aimee Jodoin

"A Harvest of Thorns" is an intense science fiction thriller with a complex plot and compelling characters. Exploring government corruption in global (and interstellar) crises, Mario Carini’s "A Harvest of Thorns" is an exciting... Read More

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Charlie's Kid

by Mari Carlson

Honest and unvarnished, Charlie’s Kid is a story in the best sense of the word, pulsing with lessons born from difficult experiences and told out of love, not for glory. From sea to shining sea, and from crushing to smile-inducing,... Read More

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The Civil Rights Revolution

by Kristine Morris

Many of today’s American political arguments hinge on interpretations of the Constitution, which has, throughout history, been formally amended to reflect the needs of changing times. Bruce Ackerman’s book focuses on the ways in... Read More

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