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By Karen Witemeyer -
In 1887, after serving three horrific years in the stone quarries for killing a man in a boxing match, Levi Grant is trying to ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
Daniel Tremain has not seen his childhood friend, Clara Endicott, since the day his father was killed in a horrific accident at a ...Read Review
By Ann Shorey -
In 1857, after only a month of marriage, 23-year-old Luellen O’Connell’s dreams of romance are shattered when she learns that her husband ...Read Review
By Dan Walsh -
This poignant novel, inspired by the true story of a steamship that sank in a hurricane off the Carolinas in 1857, begins with a ...Read Review
By Colleen Coble -
Misfortune is stalking Olivia Stewart’s family. Six months previously, her father was killed by a cave-in in his diamond mine, the family’...Read Review
By Henry McLaughlin -
Sam Carstairs, founder of the town of Riverbend, has been kidnapped. Although many of the townsfolk actively dislike Sam, the sheriff has no ...Read Review
By Davis Bunn - By Janette Oke -
This third book in the Acts of Faith series continues the story of the fledging church and the group of believers who are ...Read Review
By Dale Cramer -
In this beautifully written and deeply moving novel, Cramer uses details of his own family history to tell a little-known American story of ...Read Review
By D. E. Johnson -
Disguised by its uninspiring cover and prosaic title as niche non-fiction, The Detroit Electric Scheme is in reality an action-packed historical mystery propelled ...Read Review
By Martha Rogers -
In 1905, after four years at Wellesley College, Rebecca Haynes returns to her hometown of Barton Creek, Oklahoma Territory, filled with enthusiasm for the ...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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