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By Ron Carter -
During the summer of 1777, recurring series character Caleb Dunson is a member of General Washington’s underfunded, poorly-trained Continental Army. After the costly ...Read Review
By Diana Gabaldon -
In the fifth book in Gabaldon’s popular ‘Outlander’ series, we find Claire and Jamie Fraser, their daughter Brianna, her husband Roger and ...Read Review
By Zane Grey -
Zane Grey, one of America’s foremost writers of western fiction, died in 1939. This book, a fictionalized narrative of George Washington’s early ...Read Review
By Charles J. Peterson -
Originally published in 1855 and out of print from 1873 until 2001, Kate Aylesford has attained legendary status among residents of New Jersey in recent decades. ...Read Review
By Robert H. Rowe -
Clearly written in a style which poignantly underlies the intense emotion and beliefs felt on both sides of the American Revolution, Quest for ...Read Review
By Jeff Shaara -
This is a typical Shaara masterpiece, and that is high praise indeed. Once again this talented writer transports the reader into the minds ...Read Review
By Ty Drago -
Written in the first person, Henri Gruel looks back to his youth and his adventures with Benjamin Franklin during the time of the ...Read Review
By Ron Carter -
Ron Carter is a deeply religious individual who intends his multi-volume work on the Dunson family of Boston to serve as an example ...Read Review
By Paul Lussier -
Somewhere far to the south of history as we know it lies the truth. And somewhere not too far south of that lies ...Read Review
By James L. Nelson -
Novelists that sail in waters blessed by the genius of C.S. Forester and Patrick O’Brien place themselves in as much peril ...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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