HNR Issue 23 (February 2003)

Children of Cain

By Miriam Grace Monfredo - Published 2002

Genres:

Thriller

Bronwen Llyr, U.S. Treasury agent, ventures into the thick of war. This story of a woman’s involvement in military intelligence expands ...Read Review

Oblivion’s Altar

By David Marion Wilkinson - Published 2002

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

This fictional biography of Ridge Walker, a mixed-blood Cherokee leader, unflinchingly depicts his Nation’s travails from the years of the American Revolution ...Read Review

Waterwoman

By Lenore Hart - Published 2002

Genres:

Literary

Annie Revels has a dream: to become a waterwoman, to work the sea, like her father. Her father is reluctant to encourage her; ...Read Review

Hawaii

By James A. Michener - Published 2002

Genres:

Saga

Since its original publication (c1959), Michener’s sprawling saga of the Hawaiian Islands has been enjoyed by millions of readers. Tracing the islands’ ...Read Review

In the Devil’s Snare

By Mary Beth Norton - Published 2002

Genres:

Nonfiction

The Salem witch trials of 1692 have perplexed Americans for over three centuries, so it is odd to think that the historical record could ...Read Review

Cheops: A Cupboard in the Sun

By Paul West - Published 2002

Genres:

Historical FantasyLiterary

Paul West’s Cheops is an amazing piece of fantastical, say, satire? It is not a novel to be lightly read. With the ...Read Review

Feathered Serpent

By Colin Falconer - Published 2002

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

The adventurer Hernan Cortés arrives on the coast of Mexico with a handful of men, armor, horses and guns. He proceeds to ...Read Review

Gunman’s Goal

By Max Brand - Published 2002

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeWestern

Max Brand is one of this country’s most famous western writers, so that’s how this latest of his works is being ...Read Review

The Indian Lover

By Garth Murphy - Published 2002

Genres:

SagaWestern

Garth Murphy, a Californian historian and songwriter, strikes a few sour notes in his first novel, The Indian Lover. Pablo Verdi is a ...Read Review

A Fly Has a Hundred Eyes

By Aileen G. Baron - Published 2002

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Lily Sampson is an American archaeologist assigned to assist at a dig in Palestine during the turmoil of the late 1930s. Horrific riots, ...Read Review

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