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By Jeff Shaara -
In his latest masterpiece, Shaara turns his keen insight into the minds of those who fought World War I, the war to end ...Read Review
By John Jakes -
Following in the footsteps of the excellent Charleston, Jakes moves on to examine the siege and taking of Savannah in detail. As with ...Read Review
By Steve Wiggins -
Bronislaw Pietrazewicz, code-named “Lot,” is a member of the Polish Underground fighting the Nazi occupiers in Warsaw. Bronek, as he is known, and ...Read Review
By James P. Reger -
On April 13, 1861, Fort Sumter was in the midst of a nightmarish artillery barrage. Watching from his headquarters, Confederate General Beauregard was more concerned ...Read Review
By Edward Cline -
Book I of this series introduced Jack Frake, a poor runaway who fell in with smugglers and was eventually shipped off to the ...Read Review
By Gaylord Dold -
Harry Wulff is a simple, hard-working detective in early 1930s Berlin. More than anything, Harry wants to do his job and stay out ...Read Review
By James Spencer -
Originally written as a sequence of short stories, this novel follows the WWII Pacific theatre service of Steve Larkin, a P-38 Lightning pilot, ...Read Review
By Robert J. Mrazek -
While the plot of this fine novel contains a significant amount of combat, it is primarily a crime story. It’s October, 1861, and ...Read Review
By David L. Robbins -
Sixty years ago around the Russian city of Kursk, history’s largest and most brutal battle was taking place. Two million soldiers and ...Read Review
By Robert H. Fowler -
This enjoyable story revolves around a fictional Civil War battle in “an unnamed Southern state.” Senator Andrew Jackson Mundy is being secretly courted ...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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