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Reviews of Books with 664 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 664 pages.

Book Review

A Network Exposed

by John M. Murray

"A Network Exposed" is a slow-moving but engaging cops-versus-criminals epic. Bo Wagoner’s ambitious police procedural thriller, A Network Exposed: The Line Between Badges, finds a small group of law enforcement officers fighting a... Read More

Book Review

Prince Borghese's Trail

by Robin Farrell Edmunds

We would descend from 16,000 feet to only 3,200; most of that drop happened within sixty miles of very twisting road. As narrow as six feet in places, the road was carved into the side of the mountain. Even the organizers…said this is... Read More

Book Review

The Encyclopedia of Country Music

by Edward Morris

Since its publication in 1995, Barry McCloud’s Definitive Country: The Ultimate Encyclopedia Of Country Music And Its Performers (Perigee Books) has been the most comprehensive and useful guide of its kind on the market. While The... Read More