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Reviews of Books with 440 Pages

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Martyrs Mirror

by Scott Neuffer

How sixteenth- and seventeenth-century martyrdom translated into key doctrinal lessons for certain contemporary Christians is what religious scholar David L. Weaver-Zercher tries to understand in his expansive and thought-provoking new... Read More

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Killing Pilgrim

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Part historical fiction, part political thriller, "Killing Pilgrim" is the second installment of the Marko della Torre series from Alen Mattich. Set during the onset of the explosive war that divided Yugoslavia in the early ’90s, della... Read More

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The Planet Remade

by Jeff Fleischer

That industrial civilizations have altered the Earth and its atmosphere for the worse is beyond doubt, but geoengineering offers possible solutions, using human engineering to improve the climate. In "The Planet Remade", veteran science... Read More

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The Gamers

by Stephanie Bucklin

"The Gamers" presents a dystopian world for more mature audiences eager to explore issues of technological control. In this science fiction thriller, thirteen-year-olds Libby and Kem “untether” from their virtual reality lives and... Read More

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Compassionate Stranger

by Matt Sutherland

After decades of misrule, mass unemployment and widespread poverty, Ireland was brought to her knees in 1845 by an invisible assailant: Phytophthora infestans, potato blight. At the time, potatoes fed two-thirds of Ireland’s 8.1... Read More

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Bringing Up Mike

by Rebecca Foster

A teen prodigy’s AI tries to pass for human in this quirky, thought-provoking novel. A teen computer whiz and his artificial-intelligence protégé return to high school in this inventive YA fiction debut. Though occasionally a bit... Read More

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In the Dark Shadow of Evil

by James Burt

This thrilling page-turner expertly blends gothic horror, mystery, and history. In Tony Collins’s In the Dark Shadows of Evil: The Countess de Couvegne Letters, the discovery of an ancient Chinese vase in an art auction leads to a... Read More

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by J. G. Stinson

A thriller and mystery, this book contains memorable characters. Helmut W. Horchler’s thriller "Imperiled" focuses on honor as well as romantic relationships and how fear can tear them up. Shad Cooper has a dark secret he’s been able... Read More

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