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Reviews of Books with 448 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 448 pages.

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Heavy Ground

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Norris Hundley and Donald C. Jackson’s "Heavy Ground" focuses on the events surrounding the St. Francis Dam disaster. On March 12th, 1928, the St. Francis Dam collapsed, and twelve billion gallons of silted water crashed through the... Read More

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The Creative Spark

by Peter Dabbene

Michael Shapiro interviewed thirty-two luminaries from the arts for "The Creative Spark". The book’s subjects include well-known and obscure personalities, with chefs, scientists, and musicians among them. Filmmaker Francis Ford... Read More

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On the Plain of Snakes

by Michelle Anne Schingler

With the confidence that Mexico’s respect for people of retirement age would ferry him safely through the dangers hinted at by the state department, Paul Theroux set out to drive across Mexico, a trip recorded in "On the Plain of... Read More

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The Hidden Side

by Meg Nola

The historical intrigue of Revolutionary War New York parallels the all-too-familiar modern nightmare of a high school shooting in Heidi Chiavaroli’s compelling "The Hidden Side", a novel about tragedy, faith, and personal courage. The... Read More

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