HNR Issue 28 (May 2004)

Guardian of the Horizon

By Elizabeth Peters - Published 2004

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

This is the sixteenth installment in the ever-entertaining Amelia Peabody mystery series. It does not fall short of expectations either. It is an ...Read Review

The Great Pretenders: The True Stories Behind Famous Historical Mysteries

By Jan Bondeson - Published 2004

Genres:

Nonfiction

In his examination of six historical mysteries, Bondeson’s investigative skills unmask famous pretenders and notorious imposters. His solutions are based on medical ...Read Review

Testament

By Nino Ricci - Published 2003

Genres:

“Thus it was that everyone who heard him or laid eyes on him formed an image of him, and believed him a holy ...Read Review

Interrupted Aria

By Beverle Graves Myers - Published 2004

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Nineteen-year-old Tito Amato returns to Venice after eight long years of training at Conservatorio San Remo. It is 1731, and Tito is the newly ...Read Review

Moon’s Crossing

By Barbara Croft - Published 2003

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Moon’s Crossing begins with the suicide of Jim Moon in New York City in 1914. A Civil War veteran, a husband and a ...Read Review

Wyoming Wildcat

By Elizabeth Lane - Published 2003

Genres:

Romance

Orphaned in Wyoming in 1866, Molly Ivins was rescued by the Cheyenne and raised to respect their ways as well as retain knowledge of ...Read Review

Vindication

By Frances Sherwood - Published (c1993)Published 2004

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Originally published in 1993, the re-issue of Vindication in paperback is a welcome addition to any bedside table reading collection. This fictionalized version of ...Read Review

A Fugue in Hell’s Kitchen

By Hal Glatzer -

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Second in the Katy Green series, once again the scene is set in 1930s New York City, this time at a school of ...Read Review

The Sight of the Stars

By Belva Plain - Published 2004

Genres:

Saga

In 1907 Adam Arning turns thirteen, a major event ruined by learning that his parents never married. He works in his father’s shop ...Read Review

Earthbound and Heavenbent: Elizabeth Porter Phelps and Life at Forty Acres (1747 – 1817)

By Elizabeth Pendergrast Carlisle - Published 2004

Genres:

Nonfiction

A contemporary of nation-makers, Elizabeth Porter Phelps lived in her family’s house for all but the first five of her 70 years, keeping ...Read Review