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By Mona Hodgson -
The setting for this inspirational romance is a wagon train heading west in 1866, providing an interesting background for a dual love story. The ...Read Review
By Cindy Kelley - By Michael Landon Jr. -
From the director and screenwriters who brought Janette Oke’s Love Comes Softly to life comes this exciting, original series set in Reconstruction-era ...Read Review
By Murray Pura -
A sequel to Ashton Park, Pura’s Danforth family saga continues in Beneath the Dover Sky, which covers the years 1924-1933. In the ...Read Review
By Janice Thompson -
When Jacquie Abingdon’s father arranges for her to marry a young colleague of his, her mother secretly plots for her to leave ...Read Review
By Ginger Garrett -
Just mentioning the name “Jezebel” brings wickedness and evil to the minds of many. Without straying too far from the biblical account, author ...Read Review
By MaryLu Tyndall -
Colonel Blake Wallace is fleeing from the horrors he has experienced in the American Civil War. His family murdered and the cause he ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
The story of Rebekah, found in the book of Genesis, is one known to multiple faiths. Rebekah, the young woman at the well, ...Read Review
By Kim Vogel Sawyer -
Christina Willems is out of a job when the poor farm she supervises catches fire in 1890 small-town Kansas. She has trouble finding enough ...Read Review
By Lori Benton -
Willa Obenchain was born on the New York frontier to German homesteaders. At fourteen she was kidnapped by Mohawks and grew to maturity ...Read Review
By Shūsaku Endō - By Van C. Gessel (trans.) -
Anyone familiar with Asian literature knows of Shūsaku Endō’s famous novel, Silence, which described the phenomenal faith and persecution of the ...Read Review
Over the last 20 years The Historical Novels Review (the society's print magazine for our members) has published reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books.
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