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By Tracy Groot -
Biblical Judea forms the backdrop of this slow-to-start but ultimately riveting inspirational novel of mercy and forgiveness. Rivkah is a prostitute in the ...Read Review
By Rebecca Kohn -
This excellent first novel expands upon and breathes new life into the age-old biblical story of Esther. In the 5th century B.C, ...Read Review
By Nino Ricci -
“Thus it was that everyone who heard him or laid eyes on him formed an image of him, and believed him a holy ...Read Review
By Tommy Tenney & Mark Andrew Olsen -
When King Xerxes of Persia orders his beautiful queen, Vashti, to appear before his guests, she refuses to display herself, and the king ...Read Review
By Gerald Lund -
The final installment of Lund’s trilogy, Behold the Man returns to the tumultuous times of the final days of Jesus Christ. Again, ...Read Review
By Bodie & Brock Thoene -
Well known for their inspirational fiction, Bodie and Brock Thoene launch yet another series for their fans. First Light opens in modern Jerusalem ...Read Review
By Gilbert Morris -
Book two in the Lions of Judah series, No Woman So Fair is yet another retelling of the biblical story of Abraham and ...Read Review
By Obery Hendricks -
Biblical women have become popular subjects for historical novels, and Living Water is a superb example of why this subgenre has so much ...Read Review
By Kenny Kemp -
The Welcoming Door is an imaginative story of what could have been the basis for three of Jesus’ parables from the Gospels. Before ...Read Review
By Orson Scott Card -
Rebekah grows up as the beloved only daughter of Bethuel, the leader of his village, and a mother who had died days after ...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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