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Reviews of Books with 448 Pages

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Scandinavians

by Michelle Anne Schingler

"Scandinavians" engages with the explorer’s spirit that still sheaths the north lands in romance. Robert Ferguson’s "Scandinavians" is a work that is certain to delight curious adventurers as it captures rich cultural histories with... Read More

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Reckless

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Jacob Reckless, treasure hunter and risk taker extraordinaire, is back with his pensive brother, Will, in The Golden Yarn, third in Cornelia Funke’s mesmerizing MirrorWorld series. Translated from its original German by Oliver Latsch... Read More

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The Lost Heiress

by Julia Ann Charpentier

A missing heiress raised in Monaco travels to Yorkshire, England, to claim her legacy in this Edwardian novel. Roseanna M. White presents a common historical situation in "The Lost Heiress", infusing the plot with vigor through the use... Read More

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The Lost Concerto

by Allyce Amidon

With a musician’s attention to the emotions that help us create a picture of our world, Helaine Mario weaves imagery with a thrilling plot. A grieving musician must come to grips with the guilt she feels about the deaths of her husband... Read More

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Wicked Takes the Stand

by Beth VanHouten

In her strong book about a real-life courtroom tragedy, true-crime author Mardi Link interprets legal jargon for a wide audience and makes the story fascinating. True crime and courtroom drama meet in Wicked Takes the Stand: A Tale of... Read More

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Outdoors in the Southwest

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Collectively, these essays work to reignite love for the nation’s wilds while also reminding readers of their awesome and terrible power. "Outdoors in the Southwest", a collection of essays and interviews from historian and professor... Read More

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