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By James Heneage -
By 1392, the Byzantine Empire has been reduced to the city of Constantinople and the Peloponnese. There is talk of a mysterious treasure, rescued ...Read Review
By Susan McDuffie -
This is the latest in Susan McDuffie’s 14th-century mystery series. Scottish sleuth Muirteach MacPhee finds himself accompanying Donald, a young wayward student, ...Read Review
By Mary Novik -
In her second novel, Mary Novik explores the life of a woman betrayed by a real historical poet. Muse tells the story of ...Read Review
By Frank Payton -
In 1361, Sir John Hawkwood is leading an army of mercenaries known as the White Company through Italy. The army consists of men from ...Read Review
By Jeri Westerson -
This entertaining series featuring Crispin Guest never disappoints. Once a wealthy knight, Crispin was stripped of his title when he was found guilty ...Read Review
By John D. Cressler -
In the 1360s, Grenada is the last surviving stronghold of Muslim rule in Spain. Between 1367 and 1369 the Castilian Civil War is being fought ...Read Review
By David Blixt -
This was my first introduction to David Blixt’s novels – and I can see what all the fuss is about – I loved it! ...Read Review
By Christian Cameron -
Christian Cameron is a very successful historical novelist who has written a whole series of novels set in ancient Greece. Cameron has now ...Read Review
By P. C. Doherty -
Set in 1381, Doherty’s twelfth in his Brother Athelstan series pits the insightful Dominican and Cranston, Lord Coroner, against both John of Gaunt’...Read Review
By Christopher Buehlman -
It is 1348, and the Black Death has come to wreak its destruction. Thomas, a fallen knight, finds himself in the company of a ...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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