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By Dale L. Walker editor -
In celebration of their 50th anniversary, the Western Writers of America went all out in producing this large collection of original western fiction. ...Read Review
By Kathryn Davis -
Originally published in 1998, this novel takes us into the lives and minds of the occupants of three separate households: a dollhouse, a house ...Read Review
By Paul Doherty -
In 1322 Venice, elderly adventurer Marco Polo lies on his deathbed, remembering that dangerous time when he served as principal magistrate of the city ...Read Review
By J. Ardian Lee -
In the third installment of the ‘Summon of the Sword’ series, we rejoin our time traveling hero Dylan (now firmly fixed in the 18...Read Review
By Michael Evans -
In this fascinating study, Evans traces the dramatic stories of the royal deaths of kings from Harold at Hastings to Richard III at ...Read Review
By Michael Pastourneau (trans. Jody Glodding) -
Stripes are part of our everyday lives, but depending on how or where we encounter them, they evoke certain impressions. This thought-provoking book ...Read Review
By Aimée Laberge -
In the Mi’kmaq language, the name of the Canadian province of Québec translates as “where the river narrows.” It’s here, ...Read Review
By Joyce T. Stafford -
Psychotherapist Grace Harmon is unhappy with her life. She is estranged from her husband and son, her work is growing tiresome, and she ...Read Review
By Barbara Wood -
The web site for this novel (www.theblessingstone.com) contains a note from its editor, perplexed that Wood, a bestselling author in Europe, ...Read Review
By R. Garcia y Robertson -
This is the second book about Robyn Stafford, formerly of Hollywood, California, who is “currently” living in 1460 England. In the previous book, Knight ...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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