HNR Issue 13 (August 2000)

More Than You Know: A Novel

By Beth Gutcheon - Published 2000



Two stories, set in the small coastal town of Dundee, Maine, fifty years apart, converge in this enthralling novel. In the present day, ...Read Review

Unveiled: No 1: No. 1 (Lineage of Grace, 1 Series)

By Francine Rivers - Published 2000


Biographical Fiction

The first in her series of five ancestresses of Jesus, Unveiled is an easy-to-read tale of Tamar. Tamar, a Canaanite, marries cruel Er, ...Read Review

The Inquisitor

By Catherine Jinks - Published 2000



Brother Bernard Peyre of Prouille, of the city of Lazet in the French Pyrenees, is surprisingly tolerant for a member of his profession. ...Read Review

Grange House

By Sarah Blake - Published 2000



Grange House is an elegant, charming recreation of a late Victorian gothic novel, complete with ghostly appearances, long-lost family secrets, and a narrative ...Read Review

Gap Creek (Oprah’s Book Club)

By Robert Morgan - Published 1999



“A story of a marriage from the Poet Laureate of Appalachia,” the publisher tells us, along with the – probably economically more salient – fact ...Read Review

Manassas: v. 8 (Civil War Battle) (Civil War Battle S.)

By James Reasoner - Published 2000



These three novels are the first of a projected eight-volume set on the American Civil War as seen through the eyes of one ...Read Review

Daughter of My People

By James Kilgo - Published 2000



In rural South Carolina in 1918, the social taboos in existence prior to the Civil War are still adhered to, but Hart Bonner has ...Read Review

Breath and Shadows

By Ella Leffland - Published 2000



Three generations of the Rosteds, a Danish family, come to life in sparkling snapshots in Breath and Shadows. We read, in alternating segments, ...Read Review

The Hippopotamus Marsh: 1 (Lords of the Two Lands)

By Pauline Gedge - Published 2000


In ancient Egypt, “Lord of the Two Lands” was one of Pharaoh’s titles, and Pauline Gedge’s new series is the story ...Read Review

English Civil War Through the Restoration in Fiction: An Annotated Bibliography, 1625-1999 (Bibliographies and Indexes in World History)

By Roxane C. Murph - Published 2000



Freelance researcher Murph presents a descriptive list of fictional works all set between the beginning of Charles I’s reign (1625) and the death ...Read Review