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By Beth White -
It’s been five years since the Civil War ended, and Selah Daughtry has been supporting her younger sisters and spinster cousin since ...Read Review
By Amanda Cabot -
In 1881, Austin Goddard comes to Cimarron Creek, Texas with a secret: he’s a noted plastic surgeon from back East, but must hide ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
Book 4 of Smith’s Daughters of the Promised Land series centers around Hannah (First Samuel, Old Testament). In 1141 BCE, her community struggles as ...Read Review
By Suzanne Woods Fisher -
In this first book in the new Nantucket Legacy series from Suzanne Woods Fisher, she turns her keen historical storytelling loose on the ...Read Review
By Laura Frantz -
In Williamsburg, Virginia, on the eve of the American Revolution in 1775, Elizabeth Lawson is set to marry the man her Tory father picked ...Read Review
By Sarah Sundin -
In 1944, Lieutenant Wyatt Paxton is in London as part of the US Navy team assigned to the Allied naval headquarters to assist with ...Read Review
By Valerie Fraser Luesse -
This novel takes place in the 1960s in racially charged small-town Alabama. It follows the coming of age of Pete McClean, the son ...Read Review
By Christine Johnson -
Catherine Haynes chooses to emigrate to America rather than be forced into marriage by her father’s English family in 1856. Tom Worthington, a ...Read Review
By Jane Kirkpatrick -
Jennie Pickett deals in herb healing and longs to become a doctor in 1860s Oregon. She marries her sweetheart, Charles, and has a ...Read Review
By JOANNA DAVIDSON POLITANO -
Published 2017Published 2017-10-03
In the summer of 1861, after Miss Aurelie Harcourt’s debtor father dies in Shepton Mallet Prison, she couldn’t imagine the wild twists ...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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