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By Cindy Holby -
Though Zane Brody looks like a happy and handsome bachelor, he pines for the comforts and happiness of a home life similar to ...Read Review
By Constance O'Banyon -
The third volume of O’Banyon’s Hawk Crest saga finds the youngest of four children, eleven-year-old Jena Leigh, in mortal danger from ...Read Review
By Phoebe Conn -
In the waning days of the American Revolution, an American privateer captures a ship with the pregnant widow of a British officer on ...Read Review
By Leigh Greenwood -
Although born and raised a Texan, Bret Nolan has spent the last six years behind a Boston desk trying to prove to his ...Read Review
Whit Hawk grew up in a horrific environment. After losing his parents, he and his siblings are sent to an orphanage, where Whit ...Read Review
By Diana Groe -
Maidensong is a romance novel that sweeps the reader across the Viking world. Rika, the adopted daughter of a skald (Viking poet), and ...Read Review
By Judith E. French -
Set in the 4th century BC, The Warrior is the last installment in an historical trilogy. This book focuses on Alexander, who may ...Read Review
By Pamela Clare -
Set in Albany, New York, in 1755, Clare begins her trilogy with this wonderful story. Blackmailed into serving the wily Lord William Wentworth and ...Read Review
By Jennifer Ashley -
One fine day, Penelope Trask is walking to the village with her friend when a mad horseman gallops up to them. He asks ...Read Review
By Kate Lyon -
Soon after the Civil War, Zach McCallister’s wife runs off with another man, taking his son with her out West. She 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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