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By Beverle Graves Myers -
Nineteen-year-old Tito Amato returns to Venice after eight long years of training at Conservatorio San Remo. It is 1731, and Tito is the newly ...Read Review
By Joanna Catherine Scott -
When Baltimore heiress Cassandra Owings’ father denies her permission to marry Lieutenant Benedict van Pradelles, the handsome, older Frenchman she adores, the pair ...Read Review
By Beverly Swerling -
This is an ambitious epic of the tumultuous 1750s, when Englishmen battled the French for ultimate control of North America. Quentin Hale, younger ...Read Review
By Don Coldsmith -
This is the latest volume of the Spanish Bit Saga, by a multi-published and much honored Western author. The story tells of a ...Read Review
By Tom Connery -
Published 1999Published 2003
George Markham of the Royal Marines has overcome every obstacle placed in his path in two previous novels in Tom Connery’s series ...Read Review
By Robert J Begiebing -
When Englishman Daniel Sanborn takes his first portraiture commission in Portsmouth, Virginia, he doesn’t expect his subject, a mere child, to be ...Read Review
By Jo Beverley -
December 1763. It is challenging to take seriously a novel featuring females called Genova, Calliope, Thalia, Regeanne, Sheena, and Damaris. But in this story ...Read Review
By Edward Cline -
Book I of this series introduced Jack Frake, a poor runaway who fell in with smugglers and was eventually shipped off to the ...Read Review
By Stephanie Cowell -
In 1842 Salzburg, Sophie Weber reflects on her family’s friendship with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. They first meet in Mannheim in 1777, where he falls ...Read Review
By Shannon Donnelly -
In this romance set in England in the mid 1700s, Sylvain Harwood, nearly 20, considers herself the family disappointment due to her tomboy ways. ...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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