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Reviews of Books with 468 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 468 pages.

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Wake up to Hypnosis

by Kristine Morris

Wake Up to Hypnosis is an informative guide to using hypnosis to access the potential of the unconscious mind. Wake Up to Hypnosis, Barbara Powers’s comprehensive manual on the medical and personal use of hypnosis, demystifies and... Read More

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My Pet Serial Killer

by Shana Creaney

Claire’s self-image underscores the notion that anyone could be a violent psychopath. "My Pet Serial Killer", by Michael J. Seidlinger, is an unsettling and deeply graphic thriller focusing on the overlap between sex and violence.... Read More

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Some Damn Fool Thing

by CJ Triplett

"Some Damn Fool Thing" is excellent and nuanced historical fiction. The first in a planned series, J. William Whitaker’s historical novel "Some Damn Fool Thing" explores the historical and social changes and conflicts leading up to... Read More

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Jack Bear, X-Ops

by Sonya Lovy

"Jack Bear, X-Ops" is an exciting action thriller that fits naturally in the genre. R. F. Jeppesen’s "Jack Bear, X-Ops" is a complex but grounded and action-filled thriller. On a date gone horribly wrong, retired soldier and... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

Autonomy’s is a world without easy answers, in which even salvation may come with a high human cost. In Jude Houghton’s brutal dystopian novel "Autonomy", humanity struggles to reassert itself after a near apocalyptic environmental... Read More

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Truth Insurrected

by Jessica S. Council

This thrilling mystery about Area 51 brings a personal touch with well-developed characters. Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project, by Daniel P. Douglas, is laced with mystery, drama, and enlightenment as investigators race to... Read More

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Timeless Revenge

by Jill Allen

A gritty thriller shows the extent of evil some soldiers are capable of during wartime. Loyalty, honor, betrayal, and the effect of time on psychological wounds are themes of Frank Warburton’s new novel, Timeless Revenge. In the... Read More

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