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By Beth White -
Book 2 of Beth White’s Daughtry House series focuses on Joelle, a Mississippi belle who spends her post-Civil War days penning articles for ...Read Review
By Susie Finkbeiner -
Annie Jacobson’s father, Frank, a Korean War veteran, couldn’t adapt to reassuming his role as father and husband upon his return. ...Read Review
By Rachel Fordham -
Although young, Penny has faced many trials in her life. Working at the dead letter office in Washington, DC in 1883, she not only ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
King Solomon of biblical fame is the king referred to in the book’s title. As the main character, the book follows him ...Read Review
By Ann H. Gabhart -
1849. To avoid a cholera epidemic, Darcie and her husband take refuge in the Shaker village of Harmony Hill in rural Kentucky. But before ...Read Review
By Valerie Fraser Luesse -
Life is much slower along the Loop in Shelby County, Alabama, as residents come together in hard times offering help and healing in ...Read Review
By Amanda Cabot -
A Tender Hope is the third book in the Cimarron Creek Trilogy, an American West series set in Cimarron Creek, Texas in the ...Read Review
By Sarah Sundin -
This is Book Two of Sundin’s Sunrise at Normandy series. Set mostly in England just before the D-Day invasion of 1944, it is ...Read Review
By Erin Bartels -
We Hope for Better Things chronicles the histories of three Balsam women: Elizabeth, a Detroit Free Press journalist who receives a strange request ...Read Review
By Laura Frantz -
In 1752, on a small Scottish island, Lark MacLeish lives a stark and simple but comfortable life with her granny. She is a keeper ...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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