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By Alan Furst -
Carlo Weisz is an Italian émigré living in Paris and working for Reuters, covering the Spanish Civil War during the winter of 1938...Read Review
By Edward Cline -
This fifth book of six in the series picks up in June of 1765 and follows the debate and turmoil surrounding the Stamp Act ...Read Review
By Tom Gabbay -
Set in Berlin in 1963, with flashbacks to the post-WWI years, this story follows JFK’s famous “Ich bin ein Berliner” visit to the ...Read Review
By Albert S. Hanser - By Newt Gingrich - By William R. Fortschen -
This third and final book of the series picks up in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, on August 22, 1863. Grant is slowly moving his forces into position ...Read Review
By James L. Nelson -
This is second in a series following Glory in the Name. In June of 1862, Lt. Samuel Bowater, Confederate States Navy, arrives in Memphis ...Read Review
By David L. Robbins -
Shortly after the first Allied troops stormed across the beaches of Normandy, they required supplies. Ammo, food, fuel, medical supplies, uniforms, and hundreds ...Read Review
By Jonathan Rabb -
Set in early post-WWI Berlin, this detective story starts like so many others: with a corpse. And like many others, this one involves ...Read Review
By Edward Cline -
Book IV of this series revolves around the Stamp Tax debates in the Virginia House of Burgesses between 1764 and 1765. Hugh Kenrick reluctantly runs ...Read Review
By James Dalessandro -
Most Americans have heard of the Great San Francisco Earthquake. Some may even be able to pull the date out of the cobwebs ...Read Review
By Newt Gingrich - By William R. Forstchen -
In this second of a series, General Ulysses S. Grant is recalled to Washington and ordered by Lincoln to take command of all ...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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