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By Florence B. Weinberg -
In the 18th century, Spanish missionaries struggle to convert and educate the Native American population of Sonora, Northwest New Spain (Mexico). Father Ygnacio ...Read Review
By Donald L. Gilmore -
In the preface to this novel about the notorious gang headed by Frank and Jesse James, Gilmore expresses how difficult it was to ...Read Review
By Johnny D. Boggs -
New Mexico Territory in the 1890s was as wild as the West could be with gunslingers, cattle rustlers, and hostile Indians, trying to ...Read Review
By Annamaria Alfieri -
In the 17th century, fabulous lodes of silver were mined from the area around Potosi, making the city in the mountains the richest ...Read Review
By Louis Maistros -
In 1891 New Orleans, a black preacher named Noonday Morningstar, with the help of his son Typhus, saves the infant child of a Sicilian ...Read Review
By Orlando Romero -
Out of print for many years since its publication in 1976, Romero’s luminous and mystical novel is once again available to a new ...Read Review
By Maan Meyers -
The latest book in the Dutchman Historical Mystery series by husband-and-wife team Martin and Annette Meyers (writing as Maan Meyers) is set in 1899 ...Read Review
By Alan Cheuse -
While Edward S. Curtis’s iconic photos of Native Americans, taken in the early years of the 20th century, revealed much about that ...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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