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By Tim Champlin -
Marc Charvein is a Wells Fargo express messenger working on the trains running near the Mexican border in 1887. A former lawman, Marc is ...Read Review
By Thomas D. Clagett -
It’s 1875 in New Mexico Territory. The archbishop from Santa Fe approaches Father Clement Grantaire, requesting funds to help build his new cathedral. ...Read Review
By John D. Nesbitt -
In 1896, near the small town of Cantera, Wyoming, a stranger arrives and becomes friends with Owen Gregor, who lives alone and owns a ...Read Review
By Wallace J. Swenson -
Tragedy strikes the life of woodsman Salem Greene and his family while living in the Missouri wilderness in 1855. Upon returning home from delivering ...Read Review
By David Kirk -
In Japan in October of 1600, the Battle of Sekigahara decisively provided a path to the Shogunate for Lord Tokugawa. Samurai Musashi Miyamoto survived ...Read Review
By Russ Hall -
Texas in the 1870s finds young Justin Bodean, his father, and four other passengers aboard a stagecoach traveling west. Attacked by outlaws, one ...Read Review
By Jeff Guinn -
It’s 1873, and young Cash McLendon is stuck in the town of Dodge, Kansas. He and his partner, Bat Masterson, gather buffalo bones ...Read Review
By Robert Lee Murphy -
In 1868 Wyoming, young Will Braddock is a hunter for the Union Pacific Railroad. The transcontinental railroad is being built as it continues to ...Read Review
By J.G. Harlond -
In 1636, tulip bulbs in Holland are worth their weight in gold. The Vatican plans on forcing a financial scandal in the Low Countries ...Read Review
By Alaric Bond -
During the Napoleonic Wars, the British Royal Navy is the mightiest navy in the world. HMS Prometheus, led by Captain Sir Richard Banks, ...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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