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By Robert Kresge -
Monday Malone is the sole lawman in the frontier town of Warbonnet, Wyoming Territory. When his brother is framed for the murder of ...Read Review
By Vickie McDonough -
Waco, Texas, 1865. Riley Morgan returns home after four years of war to find his parents dead and his fiancée married to another. ...Read Review
By Ann Parker -
In book four of the Silver Rush series, Inez Stannert travels through the Rocky Mountains to Manitou, Colorado, eager to reunite with her ...Read Review
By Guy Vanderhaeghe -
In the 1870s, the resistance of the Plains Indians to the inexorable advance of the United States was coming to its tragic and ...Read Review
By Willard Wyman -
Fenton Pardee learned the packer’s trade with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show – how to handle horses, and how to strap packs ...Read Review
By Michael Zimmer -
City of Rocks is built around a clever conceit: the interviews of Joseph Roper as part of the American Legends Collection, an offshoot ...Read Review
By Deeanne Gist -
Loaded with intrigue, historical context, and birds, this is a well-written story of telephone switchboard operator Georgie Gail and Texas Ranger Lucious Landrum ...Read Review
By Catherine Richmond -
I loved this book! It was cuts above the average Christian prairie romance that the cover led me to expect. Susannah Underhill is ...Read Review
By Anna Solomon -
Sixteen-year-old Minna Losk dreams of her new life as a mail-order bride in America. She’ll have a handsome young husband, a big ...Read Review
By Terese Svoboda -
Young Harriet opens her story by telling the reader that her frequently gambling father “lost her on a bet.” One can hardly grasp ...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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