HNR Issue 90 (November 2019)

A Shadow on the Lens

By Sam Hurcom - Published 2019



Thomas Bexley is a forensic photographer (one of the first in the country) working for the Metropolitan Police. It is June 1904, and he ...Read Review

The Mitford Scandal (The Mitford Murders)

By Jessica Fellowes - Published 2019



This is the third book in the author’s Mitford Murders series set during crime fiction’s golden age between the wars and, ...Read Review

Beneath A Towering Sky: A Story of Love, Death, and Survival in Montana Territory

By Tom Keith - Published 2019



In 1882, Daniel McHarg travels by steamboat to Montana and hopes to build a new life in the West. He meets and eventually falls ...Read Review

The Lost Outlaw (Jack Lark, Book 8)

By Paul Fraser Collard - Published 2019



Louisiana, 1863. Jack Lark has fought on both sides of the Civil War. Sickened by what he sees as the futile and pointless slaughter ...Read Review

Sons of the Soil

By Lucas Dines - Published 2019


In 1902, Jon Ahmeti is an Albanian living in the Ottoman province of Macedonia, where he works for James MacGregor, the head of the ...Read Review

Sinful Seduction

By Jacqueline Seewald - Published 2019



Anne MacIntyre is a schoolmistress in a rural region of New Jersey, a patriot trying to keep her head down as the American ...Read Review

The Beautiful

By Renée Ahdieh - Published 2019


Children/Young AdultHistorical Fantasy

Marceline Béatrice Rousseau is brighter than Sookie Stackhouse and far more emotionally complex than Bella Swan. She is also French. At age ...Read Review

The Founding Fortunes: How the Wealthy Paid for and Profited from America’s Revolution

By Tom Shachtman - Published 2020



Author Shachtman (How the French Saved America) dispels more myths of the Revolutionary and early Federal period in this study of finances and ...Read Review

The Sisters of Summit Avenue

By Lynn Cullen - Published 2019


Sibling rivalry and its consequences are at the heart of this gripping character-driven novel set in the Midwest during the Depression era. Even ...Read Review

Reinhardt’s Garden

By Mark Haber - Published 2019



In 1907, Jacov Reinhardt is obsessed with melancholy and its effect on mankind. In an attempt to complete his treatise on the subject, Reinhardt ...Read Review