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By Amanda Dykes -
Set the Stars Alight is a beautiful, intricately woven story of friendship. In London in 2000, Lucy and Dash meet as children and grow ...Read Review
By Jody Hedlund -
A Bride of Convenience, set in 1863, is the third book in the Bride Ships series. Zoe Hart is one of many unemployed mill ...Read Review
By Judith Miller -
In 1862, the early days of the American Civil War, Clara McBride works at the Washington Arsenal. Lieutenant Joseph Brady, a Union officer wounded ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
Faith Kenner, 30, is a rare female medical student in Oregon in 1879, but one with a secret. She is the child of a mother ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
Early in 1901 Caroline Delacroix enjoys very prestigious employment at the White House as secretary to Ida McKinley, a job she loves despite the ...Read Review
By Misty M. Beller -
Love’s Mountain Quest is the second book in the Hearts of Montana Series. It is 1867 in Settler’s Fort, Montana. Joanna Watson’...Read Review
By ANGELA HUNT -
This novel opens at a rather famous wedding in Cana in 27 CE: far more people arrive than originally invited, and halfway through the ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
Sickened by their participation in the massacre of the Lakota at Wounded Knee in 1890, Captain Matthew Hanger and his three devoted friends retire ...Read Review
By Lisa T. Bergren -
Selah Banning and her family, operators of the Double T on the island of Nevis in the West Indies, have an audacious scheme: ...Read Review
By Janette Oke - By Laurel Oke Logan -
After the death of her stepmother, Lillian and her adoptive father are about to close up their Alberta home for an extended visit ...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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