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By Brian Kaufman -
Although few Americans remember March 6, 1836, many know the event connected with that date – the day Santa Ana’s army breached the defenses of ...Read Review
By James Reasoner -
This seventh installment of ten in the Civil War Battle Series picks up the story on July 4, 1863, the day after the surrender of ...Read Review
By Dennis P. McIntire -
Subtitled “A Novel of What Might Have Been,” this story is just that. The author revisits one of the South’s most perplexing ...Read Review
By James Brady -
Don’t start this book on a Friday unless you have no plans for the weekend, because you won’t be able to ...Read Review
By William R. Forstchen -
Astonishing as it may seem, a number of people are still caught by surprise by stories of African American participation in the Union ...Read Review
By James Reasoner -
This is the sixth in a continuing series of ten novels chronicling the battles of the Civil War and their effect on the ...Read Review
By Brian Thomsen (Ed.) - By Martin H. Greenberg (ed.) -
The three-day Battle of Gettysburg continues to hold occupy pride of place among those interested in the American Civil War. While other campaigns ...Read Review
By Bill Mesce Jr. -
It’s 1943 and World War II rages across the world. Major Harry Voss of the Judge Advocate General’s office, fresh from a ...Read Review
By Morgan Llewelyn -
Brian of Boruma was the son of one chieftain and the brother of another, but he was perhaps greater than them both. The ...Read Review
By Roby James -
What if William Wallace has a child? What if Jilliana is also Edward the First of England’s granddaughter? What if the only ...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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