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By David Morrell -
In 1855, Britain’s passenger train service to and from London, and all points in between, is in its infancy. A mysterious murder is ...Read Review
By John M. Danielski -
Royal Marine Captain Thomas Pennywhistle, along with his sidekick Sargent Dale, are sent on a secret mission into the Spanish interior with a ...Read Review
By Curt Von Fange -
During the Civil War, Henri Mueller and his crew are explosive engineers for the Union Army. They are taken prisoner, and soon after ...Read Review
By Peter Brandvold -
Fourteen-year-old Lonnie Gentry lives with his mother and infant stepbrother on a ranch, raising cattle in the Never Ending Mountains of Colorado. While ...Read Review
By Winston Groom -
In 1915, northern Mexico is in a state of revolution led by Pancho Villa and his army. There are American mining and ranching interests ...Read Review
By Harry Sidebottom -
In 238 AD, twenty-one months after Maximinus Thrax becomes Emperor of Rome, two men in Carthage, Gordian the Younger, a Legate, and his elderly ...Read Review
By Bill Brooks -
In 1892, order is slowly coming to the Old West. Oklahoma Territory is one of the last bastions where outlaws can hide out. Bill ...Read Review
By Charles M. Boyer -
In 1939, young Tadek Gradinski and his family live a carefree lifestyle in Poland. Their lives are interrupted in 1940 when the Russian army invades. ...Read Review
By Paul Thomas Fuhrman -
It’s 1872 Boston, and a clipper, a downeaster named Providence, is ready to set sail under Captain Isaac Griffin. He is also part-owner, ...Read Review
By Stone Wallace -
Chance Gamble is a witness seeker: he pursues witnesses to crimes so they can give testimony for or against those who have been ...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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