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By Jack Cavanaugh -
Annie Mitchell, a nurse, recalls her military experiences and her life with her husband, Keith, as she works through the craziness of her ...Read Review
By Whitney Terrell -
This extended saga of the Acheson family is recommended with one caveat: though this dramatic tale feels realistic, readers should not confuse its ...Read Review
By Michael Phillips -
In the opening pages of this inspirational novel, the first in the Carolina Cousins series, Master Winegaard has assigned Jake Patterson to work ...Read Review
By Caryl Phillips -
Bert Williams (1874-1922) achieved success beyond his wildest dreams. An emigrant from the Bahamas, he was the first black entertainer in America to ...Read Review
By Alexander Parsons -
Ross and Baylis Strickland, brothers, built every piece of their ranch in New Mexico on land leased from the federal government. Their wives, ...Read Review
By Judith Miller - By Tracie Peterson -
Jasmine Houston, the widowed mother of two-year-old Spencer, is living comfortably in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1849 when her father commands that she return immediately ...Read Review
By Luis J. Rodriguez -
Procopio Salcido is an eighteen-year-old residing with his parents in Sonora, Mexico. This is Yaqui country, where yield of the desert farms was ...Read Review
By Ann Rinaldi -
It is December 16, 1899, when Rose Frampton pens the opening entry in her birthday present, a gilt-edged journal. As she reflects upon describing her ...Read Review
By Jeff Talarigo -
It is 1948 when a nineteen-year-old pearl diver, who later christens herself Miss Fugi, is discovered to have leprosy. Miss Fugi is forced to ...Read Review
By Kathleen Morgan -
Anna Hannack, a widowed mother of two children, is confronted with the task of caring for a wounded stranger rescued from certain death ...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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