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By Melody Carlson -
It’s November 1944, and Amelia Richards is an unwed mother working as a hairdresser, barely making ends meet in California, as her fiancé ...Read Review
By Ann H. Gabhart -
At the end of WWII, when Francine Howard discovers the man she thought she was going to marry is bringing home his English ...Read Review
By Suzanne Woods Fisher -
Set against the backdrop of pre-colonial Pennsylvania, this story centers around an Old-Order Amish community on the outskirts of Lancaster County. The various ...Read Review
By Jan Drexler -
Naomi Schrock and her adopted son, Davey, are newcomers settling into the Amish community in Indiana in 1864. The group is just beginning to ...Read Review
The Newcomer—2nd in the Amish Beginnings series—begins where the first book leaves off. Anna Konig and her group arrive in Port ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
When drought and famine ravage ancient Canaan, Elimelech takes his wife and two sons and moves from the Hebrew land to Moab, much ...Read Review
By Laura Frantz -
This story opens in 1777 near the scenic Cumberland Falls in what is now the state of Kentucky. It takes settler Temperance Tucker and ...Read Review
By Rebecca DeMarino -
In this final Southold Chronicles story, Jeremy Horton is shipwrecked in the summer of 1664, and all on Long Island believe he is dead. ...Read Review
By Jane Kirkpatrick -
This inspirational story is based on true-life events. In 1846, Tabitha Brown is 66 when her son’s family decides to head west. Son Orus ...Read Review
By Beth White -
Fiona Lanier is undeterred in her efforts to rescue her brother, captured by the British Navy, and not even Charlie Kincaid, a man ...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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