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By Mary Connealy -
The horrors of the Civil War and a Confederate prison camp reawaken Seth Kincaid’s emotional scars from a childhood fire. He also ...Read Review
By Mona Hodgson -
Willow Peterson is a young, attractive, kind-hearted, and devout widow making a life for herself in 1898 Cripple Creek, Colorado. She suffered depression after ...Read Review
By Robert Kresge -
It is the winter of 1872, and a Russian grand duke and his large entourage are visiting the Wyoming Territory aboard a royal train. ...Read Review
By Wayne D. Overholser -
During the late 1800s, the Kelton family decides to sell its property and move to eastern Oregon. Eighteen-year-old Mark Kelton survives an attack ...Read Review
By Lauraine Snelling -
In 1906 South Dakota, Cassie Lockwood, recently cast off from a defunct Wild West show, arrives at the ranch which her father co-owned. She ...Read Review
By Randall Platt -
Main cast of characters: Liberty Justice Jones, recently expelled from high school; draft horse Quiller, and Rudy García, young hobo. Time and ...Read Review
By Lori Hart Beninger -
Guinn is barely eleven years old when she finds herself undertaking a perilous eight-month voyage from Boston to join her widower father in ...Read Review
By Kaki Warner -
Irish immigrant Margaret Hamilton lost her family at a young age and was the victim of devastating abuse at the hands of a ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
Meredith (Mere) Hayes gave her heart to Travis Archer when she was 10 years old, when he rescued her from an animal trap. Now ...Read Review
By Nancy Wood -
What novel that opens with the voluntary Good Friday crucifixion of a Catholic priest in the mountains of northern New Mexico Territory in 1897 ...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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