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By Davis Bunn - By Janette Oke -
This third book in the Acts of Faith series continues the story of the fledging church and the group of believers who are ...Read Review
By Jan Jones -
Nell Kydd has problems. The death of her beloved father has left her mother in a state of such shock that she has ...Read Review
By Jo Ann Beard -
The unnamed narrator in Jo Ann Beard’s coming-of-age story is just trying to make it through ninth grade. Mom says she and ...Read Review
By Anne Ylvisaker -
Twelve-year-old Tugs wishes she wasn’t a part of the hapless and disaster-prone Button family. From Great Granddaddy Ike, who accidentally set fire ...Read Review
By Liel Leibovitz - By Matthew Miller -
For readers interested in the human side of Chinese history, Fortunate Sons provides a glimpse into the inner workings of the 19th-century Qing ...Read Review
By P. C. Doherty - By Paul Doherty -
Published 2008Published 2011
In this, the 16th of the Hugh Corbett medieval mysteries, Doherty has poor Hugh out on the road again at the behest of ...Read Review
By Ann Barker -
After her father’s death, Theodora goes to live with her new adopted family, but she is dreading the London season. While she ...Read Review
By Lynn Sheene -
In May 1940, Claire Harris’s thuggish millionaire husband discovers the truth about her hardscrabble background. She therefore flees Manhattan for the safety of ...Read Review
By Margaret George -
How can an historical novelist up the ante on the life of Elizabeth I when so much has been written about her and ...Read Review
By Kate Quinn -
In 69 A.D., one of the most tumultuous years in the history of Rome, four women of the Cornelii family struggle to survive ...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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