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By Lauraine Snelling -
Lauraine Snelling sent readers back to North Dakota with the third book in the Return to Red River series. She continues the tale ...Read Review
By Amanda Quick -
Second in a hero/heroine detective agency series set in 19th century England, Late for the Wedding brings readers back to Lavinia Lake ...Read Review
By Ken Follett -
Published 1998Published 2003
Originally published more than twenty years ago, The Key to Rebecca is one of Ken Follett’s most famous espionage novels. In the ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
Second in the Desert Roses series, Across the Years takes readers into the lives of another Harvey Girl and her friends and family. ...Read Review
By Mary Balogh -
First in the Bedwyn family series set in Regency England, Slightly Married examines the passionate life of Colonel Lord Aidan Bedwyn, a cool, ...Read Review
By Mary Higgins Clark -
Mary Higgins Clark, well known for her thrilling suspense novels, wrote a short novel years ago (original title: Aspire to the Heavens) based ...Read Review
By Joan Johnston -
In Comanche Woman, set in 1843 Texas, Joan Johnston explores the relationship of a white woman and a Comanche man whose love is not ...Read Review
By James Michener -
Random House recently re-released several of James Michener’s epic classics, including the popular Texas. Texas covers the history of the largest state ...Read Review
By Elyse Larson -
In this third in the Women of Valor series, Elyse Larson has delivered another winning episode in inspirational fiction. The Valor series showcases ...Read Review
By Angela Elwell Hunt -
In this volume, Hunt, a successful inspirational novelist, gives voice to the women surrounding Moses in his epic life. Each of the women ...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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