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Reviews of Books with 464 Pages

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Behind Closed Doors

by Melissa Wuske

This is an open examination of living a life of faith, despite all of the challenges. Behind Closed Doors: Conflicts in Today’s Church by Francis Anthony Quinn is a complex fictional memoir based on a life spent in the priesthood.... Read More

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Riding for the Lone Star

by Ron Kaplan

This Wild West military history pays homage to those who settled an embattled land. The United States’ expansion into Texas in the early nineteenth century was fraught with challenges. The pioneers who made the bold move to leave the... Read More

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Maximus

by James Burt

"Maximus" combines faith and fantasy to the maximum, taking its characters on a religious journey to find salvation. Richard Black’s "Maximus" is a sword-and-sandal epic that combines warrior odyssey with spiritual enlightenment. At... Read More

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The Boatmaker

by Aimee Jodoin

In a style that is both literary and fable-like, this novel follows an antihero on a journey to uniting the self with society. In a fantasy world that oddly mirrors our own, John Benditt weaves a fable-like tale that offers subtle... Read More

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Indiscretion

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The romance of the Spanish countryside wars with the practicality of England in this romance set in the 1950s. A large volume, rife with romanticized descriptions of Spain, Hannah Fielding’s "Indiscretion" traces the relationship of... Read More

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Trust

by Julia Ann Charpentier

"Trust" is the story of Sophia, a twenty-five-year-old Brazilian widow who tries to alleviate her loneliness in the United Kingdom. She meets two men, a mild-mannered steel industry tycoon and an overbearing, powerful banker. These... Read More

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