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By Cindy Kelley - By Michael Landon Jr. -
Hard times filled the lives of 1930s Depression America, soon to get even more difficult for Mary Godwin and her deaf-mute son, Jack. ...Read Review
By Tom Morrisey -
This story interweaves between the 18th century in the West Indies and Key West of the 21st century. Captain Henry Thatch, a notorious ...Read Review
By Deeanne Gist -
In 1865, the land of Seattle, Washington Territory, belongs to landowners with wives: a married man can acquire 640 acres of timberland, but bachelors don’...Read Review
By Stephanie Grace Whitson -
Desperate to escape an abusive employer, twenty-year-old Mattie O’Keefe makes the arduous trek to the gold-rush town of Deadwood, in the Black ...Read Review
By Nancy Moser -
This is an inspirational fiction take on the famous love story of Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning. It begins in 1840, when Elizabeth (“Ba” ...Read Review
By Siri Mitchell -
Susannah Phillips lives in 1640s Massachusetts Bay Colony, and is growing impatient to wed Jon Prescotte once his family problems are resolved. But ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
A Love to Last Forever, the second in the Brides of Gallatin County trilogy, focuses on Beth, the middle Gallatin sister. Beth is ...Read Review
By Tamera Alexander -
In 1876, Dr. Molly Whitcomb, dismissed from her professorship at a university for an indiscretion, travels west to the Colorado Territory to start over ...Read Review
By Kim Vogel Sawyer -
In 1874 a tearful Emmaline Bradford traveled from her home in England to the plains of Kansas to meet her intended husband, Geoffrey Garrett. ...Read Review
By Julie Klassen -
Lilly Haswell, an apothecary’s daughter from the village of Bedsley Priors, feels her luck has turned when her previously unknown aunt and ...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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