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By Diana Holguin-Balogh -
With no rosary beads, young Ambrosia Salazar must pray with empty fingers. Ambrosia is a young Catholic girl of Mexican descent living in ...Read Review
By John Larison -
In 1885, seventeen-year-old Jesse Harney becomes orphaned and lives alone on her family’s homestead. She has a brother, Noah, five years her senior, ...Read Review
By Mary Connealy -
Deb and Gwen Harkness, and the two children they have been caring for, are the sole survivors of a wagon train massacre, but ...Read Review
By Jane Kirkpatrick -
Everything She Didn’t Say is unique in that it reads like a memoir within a memoir. The novel is a fictionalization of ...Read Review
By Tess LeSue -
Georgiana Bee Blunt is a widow with four young children, and she needs to reach California to ransom her fifth and oldest. But ...Read Review
By Melissa Lenhardt -
In 1877, Margaret “Garet” Parker, is dying of cancer, determined to take care of her family, and she’s also done with men underestimating ...Read Review
By Michael Zimmer -
Gage Pardell, at nineteen, is out looking for revenge for Henry Kalb’s attempt to molest his sister at a local dance in ...Read Review
By Robert D. McKee -
In 1892, a small group of Gypsies settles near the central Wyoming town of Casper. Deputy U.S. Marshal Hugo Dorling and his sidekick, ...Read Review
By Joe Yogerst -
San Diego in 1888 was a boom town with businessmen scrambling to snatch up cheap land and profit off the city’s expansion. And ...Read Review
By Sarah Bird -
Based on a little-known piece of history, this book tells the story of Cathy Williams, the only woman to ever serve with 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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