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By Ben Pastor -
While stationed in Moscow in 1941, Baron Martin von Bora, a captain in the German Wehrmacht, is ordered to the isle of Crete to ...Read Review
By Brett Cogburn -
It’s 1872, and Morgan Clyde arrives at Ironhead Station to serve as chief of police for the MK&T Railroad. Around 300 people ...Read Review
By Greg Hunt -
During the American Civil War, young Mel Carroll lives on a small, isolated Missouri farm which is taken over by Confederate troops from ...Read Review
By Paul Joseph Lederer -
The living conditions in the Cherokee Nation are difficult for the Adair family during the summer of 1916. The future holds little hope for ...Read Review
By Roger Higgins -
In 1844, 15-year-old Billy Gogan is dismissed from St. Patrick’s College in Ireland after his father’s death in prison. He goes to ...Read Review
By Nick Cutter -
Little Heaven is a horror novel that jumps between the years 1965-66 and 1980. Micah Shughrue is on a mission to rescue his daughter ...Read Review
By Jeff Guinn -
It’s 1874 as Cash McLendon arrives in Mountain View, a silver mining town in northeast Arizona Territory. He’s finally tracked down his ...Read Review
By Kalen Vaughan Johnson -
In 1851, James MacLaren, along with his family, the widowed Althea Albright, and her son Justin, flee from Scotland and head for the California ...Read Review
By Robert Knott -
Near the turn of the 19th century, U.S. Marshals Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch live in Appaloosa, located near the Rio Blanco ...Read Review
By Ethan J. Wolfe -
Emmet Lang and his band of outlaws attempt to rob an Indian Affairs agent traveling by stagecoach to Denver. The perfect robbery goes ...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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