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By Tim Champlin -
The cover art and subtitle will lead browsers to think that this book is a Western. Although the action begins in Arizona, it’...Read Review
By Maggie Osborne -
This romance, set in the Rocky Mountains shortly before the Civil War, has a feisty heroine by the name of Fox, her companion/...Read Review
By Bill Brooks -
Infamous American gangster couple Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow rob their way around the Great Plains during the depths of the Depression. They ...Read Review
By Michael Pearce -
This 15th in a series of adventures of Captain Owen, the Mamur Zapt, the British head of the Sultan’s Secret Police in ...Read Review
By Vladimir Lange -
The MEG, an experimental MRI-like device, was designed to treat the mentally ill by targeting and erasing traumatic memories. While working to prove ...Read Review
By Sherwin B. Nuland -
Published 2001Published 2005
In a few short pages, Sherwin Nuland skillfully outlines the life of Leonardo da Vinci, a man whose life is often referred to ...Read Review
By Francine Rivers -
“For the first time, the term was spoken without derision. Caleb. A new name for a new alliance. So be it.” This second ...Read Review
By Mark Ammerman -
The first person narrative begins in 1750 Rhode Island, where Christopher Long and his Narragansett friend Caleb clear out the tribe’s ancient council ...Read Review
By Jennifer Chiaverini -
Dorothea Granger lives in antebellum Pennsylvania. Her parents are poor relations of her Uncle Jacob and work on his farm, which they hope ...Read Review
By Catherine Palmer -
Violet Rosse, daughter of a widowed East India Company businessman, dresses, acts, and thinks more like a native Bengali than a Christian Englishwoman. ...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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