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By Steve Yates -
After the Civil War, young Leighton Shea Morkan inherits the Morkan Quarry outside of Springfield, Missouri. To make a profit, he hires many ...Read Review
By Loren D. Estleman -
The Civil War ended 20 years ago, but, unfortunately, several former Confederate soldiers hope to raise an army, conquer Mexico City, and then continue ...Read Review
By Gregory Harris -
In Victorian England, Colin Pendragon and his trusted companion, Ethan Pruitt, investigate a gruesome crime within Whitmore Abbey near the town of Dalwich. ...Read Review
By Robert Knott -
Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch are the territorial marshals in Appaloosa, New Mexico during the late 19th century. A new gambling casino is ...Read Review
By Benerson Little -
In 1695, Scotsman Edward MacNaughton, former buccaneer captain, pirate, and fencing master, is on a mission in Ireland, delivering important letters from Lord Deigle ...Read Review
By Michael Keenan Gutierrez -
Photographer Neal Stephens returns to Colorado in 1919 after taking pictures of the men who fought in the trenches of World War I. A ...Read Review
By Douglas Boren -
The Civil War is raging in the West. Mace Alexander of Tennessee, along with his three friends, is faced with fighting the Union ...Read Review
By Ethan J. Wolfe -
In September 1881, Chester A. Arthur is sworn in as President of the United States. Murphy, known as the Regulator, and who has served ...Read Review
By Stephen R. Harrigan -
During the 1830s, Springfield, Illinois, is a political hotbed for both Whig and Democratic politics. Abraham Lincoln, a young lawyer, is a Whig ...Read Review
By Paul Colt -
Ty Ledger, former sheriff of Cheyenne, Wyoming, is on the trail of Patch, a half-Indian serial killer who murdered Ledger’s wife 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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