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By Karen Swee -
In the New Jersey river port of New Brunswick, the town inhabitants had a front row seat of the war action in early 1777. ...Read Review
By Sharon Rolens -
This sequel to Worthy’s Town takes the reader back to Old Kane, Illinois, post-World War II. Cappy Giberson has graduated from college ...Read Review
By Samuel Shellabarger -
The novel begins in 1518. At nineteen, Pedro de Vargas is about to enter Spanish society as a young caballero. Over the next few ...Read Review
Renaissance Italy is a crazy-quilt of independent city-states; a hotbed of intrigue – and no family epitomizes the era more than the notorious Borgias. ...Read Review
By Eva Mekler -
This love story immerses the reader in a less well-known aspect of the Holocaust: the bleak life that survivors experienced in Displaced Persons ...Read Review
By Sharon Rolens -
Worthy is Worthy Giberson, and his town is Old Kane, Illinois. Spanning 1925 to 1950, Worthy’s town sees all manner of events, from Worthy ...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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