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By Connilyn Cossette -
1407 BC. To avenge the deaths of her brothers and father, Alanah disguises herself as a man and joins Canaan’s army. Alanah’s ...Read Review
By Kate Breslin -
England, 1914. A short marriage and a long separation can ruin a relationship, even in peacetime. But it’s wartime when Eve and Paul ...Read Review
By ANGELA HUNT -
Chava and Urbi are best friends, despite the fact that Urbi is a royal princess with the world at her fingertips, whereas Chava ...Read Review
By Jennifer Delamere -
In 1873, 17-year-old Rosalyn and her younger sisters, bossy Julia and delicate Cara, are standing atop a cliff on England’s rocky Dartmoor coast, ...Read Review
By Jody Hedlund -
At 19, Elise Neumann is the oldest member of her immigrant family in 1857. She is looking for work as a seamstress when she is ...Read Review
By Jen Turano -
In this first in the Apart from the Crowd series, set in 1883, Miss Permilia Griswold is a perpetual wallflower, not having been fully ...Read Review
By Melissa Jagears -
In 1908 Teaville, Kansas, Evelyn Wisely runs an orphanage with her parents, but wishes to extend her good works by creating a refuge for ...Read Review
By Tamera Alexander -
Rebekah Carrington is a highly skilled violinist trained in Vienna, but she is forced to return to her roots in Nashville upon the ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
During the Spanish-American War, nurse Jenny Bennett had her heart broken by Lieutenant Ryan Gallagher, who had promised her marriage only to leave ...Read Review
By Julianna Deering -
Murder on the Moor, book five of the Drew Farthering Mystery series set in 1930s England, takes Drew and his wife Madeleine to ...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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