1999

Not Between Brothers: An Epic Novel of Texas

By David Marion Wilkinson - Published 1996Published 1999

Genres:

SagaWestern

This is the highly regarded first novel by the author of Oblivion’s Altar (reviewed last issue). Texas in 1816 was an empty, desolate ...Read Review

Red Gold

By Alan Furst - Published 1999Published 2002

Genres:

Thriller

As the cover art suggests, this story would make a great film noir. Jean Casson, aka Jean Louis Marin, is an unemployed film ...Read Review

Freedom’s Altar

By Charles F. Price - Published 1999

Genres:

LiterarySaga

Freedom’s Altar is a lyrical, beautifully written tale of ordinary families struggling to remake their lives in post-Civil War North Carolina. Former ...Read Review

Second Lives: A Novel of the Gilded Age

By Richard S. Wheeler - Published 1999

Genres:

EpicWestern

Denver in the early 1880s may not have been the center of the universe, but to anyone living in the American West at ...Read Review

McAuslan Entire

By George MacDonald Fraser - Published 1999

Genres:

MilitaryShort Stories

Volume contains: The General Danced at Dawn (1970), McAuslan in the Rough (1974), The Sheikh and the Dustbin (1988) Hoorah! The hilarious sage of McAuslan, the ...Read Review

All Gone Widdun

By Annamarie Beckel - Published 1999

Genres:

Mystery/CrimeRomance

This is the fictionalized story of the actual search for the remaining members of the Beothuk tribe — the aborigines of Newfoundland. The search ...Read Review

Waiting for Time

By Bernice Morgan - Published 1999

Genres:

AdventureSaga

These two novels, relating one family’s struggles and triumphs in Newfoundland from the early 19th century until the present, were originally written ...Read Review

Faking

By James King - Published 1999

Genres:

Biographical FictionSaga

Thomas Griffiths Wainewright (1794-1847 or 1852) was an Englishman, a historical figure and, approximately, a Man of Letters who tried, in the best Regency ...Read Review

Forty Testoons

By Alan Fisk - Published 1999

Genres:

Adventure

Forty Testoons is a story full of personal and political conflict. Father Ralph Fletcher, a young English priest, is offered his first post ...Read Review

The Last Days of Summer

By Steve Kluger - Published 1999

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At its core, this is a simple tale of a boy and a man whose paths meet and merge, to the betterment of ...Read Review