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By C. M. Harris -
It’s 1909 in Kentucky, and the Reverend Thaddeus Potter seems quite sure he can trust the precocious nature of his daughter, Glory, for ...Read Review
By Taylor Caldwell -
Rereading a popular novel forty years after publication is a unique experience. Then it was just a gripping read, an intriguing story about ...Read Review
By Jennifer L. Holm -
“When I asked Moma about my Conch relatives, she said her parents had been dead for a long time, but that I had ...Read Review
By Lucia St. Clair Robson -
In 1913, the President of Mexico has been ousted and replaced by Madero, the reform-minded president pro tem, who is quickly assassinated and replaced ...Read Review
By Monica Fairview -
Clarissa Darcy, cousin of the famous Mr. Darcy from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, has whirled into England from America and is ...Read Review
By Deborah Noyes -
Commitment to the living and the dead requires immense responsibility! The time is the mid-1800s, a time when women are expected to ...Read Review
By Tatjana Soli -
Helen Adams is an American photojournalist in love with South Vietnam because it is so “unlovable” during its transition in 1975. The sense of ...Read Review
By Melodie A. Cuate -
It’s another typical contemporary day for Hannah, Jackie and Nick. Hannah’s in big trouble over a paper that’s due, Jackie’...Read Review
By Sharyn McCrumb -
“Sometimes in trials, they get it wrong… And newspapers get it wrong, too.” This is the essence of Sharyn McCrumb’s literary story ...Read Review
By David Peace -
Published 2009Published 2010
Tokyo in 2010 is a city that any observer immediately marks as vibrantly progressive and humming with positive activity. But the Tokyo of 1948, post-World ...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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