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Reviews of Books with 496 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 496 pages.

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Merlin at War

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A historical thriller and clever mystery, "Merlin at War" is a compelling tale of crime fiction, as perceptive, instinctive, and engaging as DCI Merlin himself. The summer of 1941 heralds an uncertain calm following the devastation of... Read More

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Ayahuasca Reader

by Patty Comeau

This diverse collection on the potent plant crackles with stored energy. The works assembled in this latest edition of "Ayahuasca Reader" sing a chorus of testimonies to the mysterious and powerful vine, giving voice to a wide and... Read More

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The Father

by Monica Carter

Svensson pens a compelling narrative with themes of loyalty, obligation, revenge, and independence, paced as tightly and methodically as military tactical maneuvers. The first few pages of the Swedish thriller "The Father" establish the... Read More

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A Peace without Honor

by Bradley A. Scott

In the late 1990s, Adalbert Lallier, a professor of economics at Concordia University in Montreal, became a minor celebrity by acknowledging that he had served in the Nazi Waffen-SS during World War II and by testifying against his... Read More

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