HNR Issue 17 (August 2001)

Little Mexico

By Cathie John - Published 2001

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It’s 1943 and Navy shore patrolman Nick Cavanaugh wants to do his part to defend his country. But because of his height (6’4”), he’...Read Review

Murder On Gramercy Park

By Victoria Thompson - Published 2001

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Mystery/Crime

Thompson’s third Gaslight Mystery once again plunges the reader into life in turn-of-the-century New York City. Midwife Sarah Brandt and Police Detective ...Read Review

The Detective As Historian: History and Art in Historical Crime Fiction

By Lawrence A. Kreiser (ed.) - By Ray B. Browne (ed.) - Published 2000

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Nonfiction

  This volume on historical crime fiction, containing twenty-five studies, follows up on the phenomenal growth of this subgenre. On Rita Rippetoe’s ...Read Review

The White Company & Sir Nigel

By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - Published 2005

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Adventure

At the Abbey of Beaulieu in 1366, the abbot expels Brother John for a rash of bad behavior, and the brawny youth makes good ...Read Review

Thunder Voice

By Sigmund Brouwer - Published 2001

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InspirationalMystery/CrimeWestern

Sam Keaton is sheriff of Laramie back in the wild western days of the 1870s. He has his work cut out for him ...Read Review

Code Of The West

By Aaron Latham - Published 2001

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Western

The Arthurian legend retold, this sweeping saga becomes Camelot in Texas. Fate rescues Jimmy Goodnight (King Arthur) from the Comanches who savaged his ...Read Review

The Dark Sun Rises

By Denise Williamson - Published 2001

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InspirationalSaga

For Joseph, a slave in 1834 South Carolina, the adage “a little learning is a dangerous thing” proves more than true. At the age ...Read Review

Taking Lottie Home

By Terry Kay - Published 2000

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Anybody who’s ever played baseball will always remember the moment in the game when he was magnificent. Unbeatable. Ben Phelps’ moment comes ...Read Review

Lost

By Hans-Ulrich Treichel - Published 2000

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Literary

This important little book lays open the psyche of ordinary Germans after World War II. Having lost their firstborn son in the flow ...Read Review

Georgette Heyer: A Critical Retrospective

By Mary Fahnestock-Thomas - Published 2001

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Nonfiction

This reference book, obviously an incredible labor of love, is a treasure trove for the Heyer fan. The author has collected a wide ...Read Review