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By Melody Carlson -
Since her husband’s death three years before, in 1851, Elizabeth Martin and her two children have continued running their farm in Selma, Kentucky ...Read Review
By Lisa Norato -
Captain Brogan Talvis, an ex-privateer, has spent three years searching for his young son because his deceased wife abandoned the boy while Brogan ...Read Review
By Lori Copeland -
In 1892, Mae Wilkey is so worried about the welfare of her elderly neighbor, Pauline, that she leaps to the conclusion that the name “...Read Review
By Robin Lee Hatcher -
In 1864, Shannon Adair dutifully accompanies her minister father to his new church in the gold rush town of Grand Coeur, in the Idaho ...Read Review
By Dale Cramer -
This second book in the Daughters of Caleb Bender series, about an Amish family that immigrates, in 1921, to Paradise Valley, in Mexico, is ...Read Review
By Stephen O’Shea -
Our modern sensibilities are frequently so offended by the attitudes of previous centuries that we minimize the importance of standing firm against corruption ...Read Review
By Kristina McMorris -
This wonderful World War II novel is written with a wealth of insight that, presumably, comes from the author’s own experiences growing ...Read Review
By Judith Miller - By Tracie Peterson -
A popular writing duo returns to historical romance with this formulaic novel focusing on faith, tragedy, and hopeful triumph. After conquering alcoholism, Boyd ...Read Review
By Mary Connealy -
Rafe Kincaid and his younger brothers, Ethan and Seth, spent their childhood exploring the caverns on their ranch, near Rawhide, Colorado, until an ...Read Review
By Grace Burrowes -
Lady Sophie Windham has schemed to spend a few days alone in her parents’ London home before joining her family for Christmas in ...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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