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By Judith Miller -
In 1876, Ainslee McKay and her twin sister, Adaira, are inseparable. When her sister elopes after they commit to a new business venture, Ainslee ...Read Review
By Laurie Alice Eakes -
This title was formerly published as The Professor’s Heart, with authorial and editorial changes made from the original (notification from the author’...Read Review
By Sarah Sundin -
During World War II, Lillian Avery, an intrepid small-town girl, is finally given a chance to prove herself as a female pharmacist in ...Read Review
By Janet Dawson -
A year after the disastrous run on the California Zephyr that included a rockslide and a murder in Death Rides the Zephyr, and ...Read Review
By Tessa Afshar -
Elianna is still a young girl when she begins working in her father’s textile business, plagued by guilt over her younger brother’...Read Review
By Beth White -
Fiona Lanier is undeterred in her efforts to rescue her brother, captured by the British Navy, and not even Charlie Kincaid, a man ...Read Review
By Regina Jennings -
In 1873 Boston, Miranda Wimplegate is about to make the biggest mistake of her life. When the family auction house accidentally sells the wrong ...Read Review
By Kimberly Woodhouse - By Tracie Peterson -
It’s 1891, and seven-year-old Jimmy Colton hasn’t spoken a word in the year following his mother’s death, and his father, Woody, ...Read Review
By Jennifer Corkill -
Corkill’s debut novel, set in 1888 London, reads as the first in a series about young Justine Holloway, an orphan taken in by ...Read Review
By Judith Miller -
In The Potter’s Lady, Miller returns to the Irish immigrant McKay clan in the next book of her Refined by Love series, ...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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