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By ANGELA HUNT -
For Leah, her father is outwardly a very godly man. In the home, he is abusive, and Leah has learned how to survive. ...Read Review
By Connilyn Cossette -
1399 BC. The Hebrews have been settling into the Promised Land ever since the walls of Jericho fell seven years ago. But before the ...Read Review
By Dixie Distler -
When the star appears in Bethlehem to announce Jesus’s miraculous birth, Tabor is just a baby. His parents befriend Joseph and Mary, ...Read Review
By Kristi Saare Duarte -
Uneducated but passionate with love for God, the young Jesus yearns to be a teacher, a Rabbi, to touch others with the oneness ...Read Review
By David Kitz -
It’s Holy Week of AD 30 in Jerusalem. Roman centurion Marcus Longinus, on remote duty along with his wife and children in the ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
Book 4 of Smith’s Daughters of the Promised Land series centers around Hannah (First Samuel, Old Testament). In 1141 BCE, her community struggles as ...Read Review
By Mesu Andrews -
In 732 BCE, five-year-old Ishma witnessed her family being murdered by Israel’s soldiers. After the prophet Oded’s words free her and other ...Read Review
By Connilyn Cossette -
1407 BC. To avenge the deaths of her brothers and father, Alanah disguises herself as a man and joins Canaan’s army. Alanah’s ...Read Review
By Chris Aslan -
Alabaster is the retelling of the biblical story of Mariam (Mary), sister to Marta (Martha) and Eleazar (Lazarus). She is the woman who ...Read Review
By Emanuel Carrere - By John Lambert (trans.) -
Emmanuel Carrere is the classic apologist in this nonfiction account of his own personal spirituality and that of the apostles Luke and Paul, ...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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