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By Judith Miller -
The second volume of Daughters of Amana is set in 1885. Gretchen Kohler’s family is assigned to run an Amana Colony town’s ...Read Review
By Nancy Moser -
In 1886, Charlotte Gleason leaves her comfortable home in England and sets sail for New York to marry one of America’s wealthiest heirs – ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
In the 1880s, Adelaide Proctor works as a teacher in a rural Texas town. Having lost her mother as an infant and lost ...Read Review
By Lynn Austin -
Austin has once again penned a delightful, heartwarming, yet wrenching story about World War II and the life-altering effects war causes. In 1943 New ...Read Review
By Kim Vogel Sawyer -
On the brink of World War I, three orphans, Libby Conley, Pete Leidig and Bennett Martin, enter college together, each longing for something ...Read Review
By Paul Robertson -
Set during the Franco-Prussian war, largely in Paris, Paul Robertson’s latest novel weaves an exciting tale of deception and war-time intrigue, involving ...Read Review
In 1888 New York, Tressa is a well-bred young woman without means. Her aunt and uncle have given her a home since her parents ...Read Review
Deeded property to use as a dress shop by a grateful client, Hannah Richards moves to the small town of Coventry, Texas, in 1881 ...Read Review
In 1877 Berta Schumacher, a spoiled society girl from Chicago, comes with her parents to live in the Christian community of Amana, where her ...Read Review
By Siri Mitchell -
The Gilded Age in New York City, 1891, is for the wealthy and debutantes; a magical place filled with glitz and glimmer, and of ...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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