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By Ann Burton -
Abigail of Carmel is beautiful and intelligent, and hopes some day to become a pottery-maker like her father. But when her brother incurs ...Read Review
By Marek Halter -
A foundling adopted by Jethro, High Priest of Midian, Zipporah is intelligent, beautiful, and black. Although she’s Jethro’s favorite daughter, Zipporah ...Read Review
By Gilbert Morris -
Gilbert Morris tells the Old Testament story of Joseph, the second youngest of the twelve sons of Jacob. Indulged by his father, Joseph ...Read Review
By Melody Carlson -
Melody Carlson has taken up the difficult task of telling the story of Jesus through the eyes of his mother, Mary, during the ...Read Review
By Hank Hanegraaff - By Sigmund Brouwer -
The time is 65-66 AD during Nero’s persecution of the Christians and the beginning of the Jewish revolt that would eventually lead ...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 India Edghill -
Past the age to bear children, Bilqis, the beautiful queen of Sheba, consults the Goddess and decides to travel north, where she believes ...Read Review
By Francine Rivers -
Torn with jealousy from an early age, Aaron is transformed by God’s voice in this freshly written version about Moses and Aaron, ...Read Review
By Bodie & Brock Thoene -
Yeshua of Nazareth continues, in this third novel of the A. D. Chronicles series, to shake the world of first century Jerusalem and ...Read Review
By Anne Provoost - By trans. John Nieuwenhuien -
Flemish author Anne Provoost’s In The Shadow of the Ark grips the reader with vivid scenes, well-developed characters, and beautiful language. She ...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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