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By Michelle Rene -
This story begins and ends in the last decade of the 19th century. However, most of it takes place in 1876 in Deadwood, a ...Read Review
By Tatjana Soli -
Published 2018Published 2018-06-12
In the late 19th century, General Armstrong Custer embodied the mixed feelings of Manifest Destiny in the United States, and this book not ...Read Review
By Pat Wahler -
At the age of 15 in 1860 Missouri, Zerelda (Zee) Mimms is unwilling to settle for an arranged marriage; she vows to never marry except ...Read Review
By Ethan J. Wolfe -
Twelve-year-old twins Michael and Michele Dunn are bundled by their extremely wealthy but unmotherly Aunt Angela onto a Chicago train bound for San ...Read Review
By Bruce Olds -
It’s no spoiler to say that if you live in America, you have heard of the Alamo, that weathered stone chapel in ...Read Review
By Sofia Grant -
Cousins Katie Garrett and Scarlett Ragsdale cannot be more different even though they were born just miles apart in East Texas. Katie is ...Read Review
By Kari Bovée -
The first of Bovée’s new mystery series features 15-year-old Annie Oakley as its sleuth. We find Annie at the beginning of ...Read Review
By Sandra Dallas -
In 1910, the close-knit Martin family moves to Mingo, Colorado as homesteaders. All they have to do is live on the parcel of 320 acres ...Read Review
By Michael Dukes -
After the Civil War, former Confederate Captain Gabriel Kings is leader of a gang of outlaws known as the Avenging Angels. They rob ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Crook -
Back in 1857, El Demonio de Dos Dedos—The Demon of Two Fingers—didn’t know that he was starting serious trouble. The hungry ...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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