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Reviews of Books with 512 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 512 pages.

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The 53rd Card

by John M. Murray

"The 53rd Card" is a heavy but rewarding spiritual fantasy. Virginia Weiss’s intensely character-driven "The 53rd Card" chronicles a damaged woman’s attempts to understand her life’s meaning. A life filled with trauma and loss... Read More

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Frescoes by the Bay

by Rachel Jagareski

"Frescoes by the Bay" is a two-volume visual tour of the wealth of fresco murals in the San Francisco area. Karen Norton-Sinell provides detailed research and extensive commentary about the frescoes’ history, composition, iconography,... Read More

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The Law of Blood

by Karl Helicher

Johann Chapoutot’s "The Law of Blood" is a meticulously researched, chilling history of Nazism’s roots and doctrines that clarifies why the ideology was widely accepted for so long. The book is a comprehensive study of the cultural,... Read More

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The Dark Blood

by Claire Rudy Foster

Suffering from Game of Thrones withdrawals? The latest book in A. J. Smith’s twisted fantasy series, "The Dark Blood", has enough renegade clerics, murderous assassins, and unholy pacts and feuds to soothe even the most passionate... Read More

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Jane Crow

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Rosalind Rosenberg’s long-delayed biography, Jane Crow: The Life of Pauli Murray, uses the papers of Pauli Murray deposited at Radcliffe’s Schlesinger Library to give voice to Murray’s experience in a way Murray couldn’t in her... Read More

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