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By Derek W. Beck -
America’s Revolution began long before the Declaration was signed, when New England’s militiamen defied Great Britain on April 19, 1775, and harried its ...Read Review
By Jodi Daynard -
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1772. Eliza Boylston, daughter of a prosperous merchant and his ambitious wife, is anticipating a 16th birthday surrounded by her loving family. ...Read Review
By Donna Thorland -
A prim schoolmistress with a scandalous secret. A handsome highwayman fighting for romantic ideals. A dangerous spy mission with the fate of nations ...Read Review
By Sheilah Vance -
In her epic-length novel Becoming Valley Forge, Sheilah Vance dramatizes the horrific depredations experienced by George Washington’s Continental Army as it endured ...Read Review
By Eliot Pattison -
In the spring of 1765, the small community of Edentown, New York, led by Sarah Ramsey, is a quiet town segregated from colonial strife ...Read Review
By Greg Parkes -
As Greg Parkes quips in the author’s note of his thoroughly enjoyable debut, A Most Civil War, “I couldn’t make this ...Read Review
By Sam A. Forman -
This story of three young people – Katherine Mayhew, Joshua Spencer and Ezra Wright – is set at the dawn of the American Revolution, and ...Read Review
By Jon Foyt -
Jon Foyt’s latest novel, The Mind of an American Revolutionary, is on the surface an ungainly amalgam of historical fiction and biography, ...Read Review
By Betty Bolte -
Betty Bolte continues her winning More Perfect Union series with her latest novel, Samantha’s Secret, in which midwife Samantha McAlester returns from ...Read Review
By Regan Walker -
In this prequel to her Agents of the Crown series, Regan Walker presents a romantic adventure story that can easily be appreciated as ...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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