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Reviews of Books with 478 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 478 pages.

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The Fifth Dimension

by Aimee Jodoin

"The Fifth Dimension" is a loquacious novel with some interesting philosophical insights. Ramma Kher’s novel "The Fifth Dimension" follows a woman through grief, motherhood, and numerous existential crises. After the devastating death... Read More

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Mary Poser

by Drema Drudge

A romance with unexpected twists, complicated layers, and tense near misses, "Mary Poser" is a gratifying trip. Angel A’s "Mary Poser" is a heartfelt, pistol-shot-paced intercultural romance set in Nashville. A compliant pastor’s... Read More

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The Magpie

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

The methodical search through Amsterdam for a serial killer results in an engrossing thriller filled with memorable characters. In Oliver Rock’s enthralling thriller, "The Magpie", a serial killer has the citizens of Amsterdam on edge.... Read More

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The Dark Tunnel

by Kelly Depin

This lyrical tale is a satisfying glimpse into Europe between the wars and the enduring bonds of family. Patrick Henderson’s "The Dark Tunnel" is the epic, heartwarming, and heartrending story of three cousins whose bonds are strained... Read More

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Immortal Africanus

by Nancy Walker

A well-written piece of historical fiction, this book’s themes of courage and frailty, love and murder, order and chaos will resonate. Military history buffs and aficionados of ancient Rome will find battles and skirmishes, murder and... Read More

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This Way To Paradise

by Lynn Evarts

Finely honed character interactions add humor and dimension to the relationships in this pulse-pounding medical thriller. In this second installment of the Alex Randolph series, D. Bruce Foster creates another exciting, pulse-pounding... Read More

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Himba Pond Dance

by Sheila M. Trask

Dave Gioia dives into the inner thoughts of teenagers to find interesting insights into burgeoning sexuality. Dave Gioia’s provocative second novel, "Himba Pond Dance", follows naturally on the heels of his debut, Valley of Saint Anne.... Read More

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The Scavenger's Daughter

by J. G. Stinson

The Scavenger’s Daughter is a torture device invented during the reign of Henry VIII of England. It’s a particularly nasty machine which works opposite the famous rack: it crushes a person, causing internal bleeding, broken bones... Read More

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