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By Susan K. Marlow -
Sheriff Coulter has to escort a prisoner to Sacramento. He leaves his only son in charge of the family ranch for a few ...Read Review
By Julie Klassen -
Alec Valcourt, a dancing master by trade, finds himself and his family at the mercy of his uncle’s generosity in the village ...Read Review
By Beverley Eikli -
Why should frail Adelaide Leeson, three years married to Lord Tristan, so dread a visit from his friend, James, now Viscount Dewhurst and ...Read Review
By Jenny Lloyd -
Eli Jenkins has returned and Megan Jones intends to marry him, to turn back the clock and undo the bitter consequences of her ...Read Review
By Maud Casey -
Maud Casey’s poetic and beautiful account of a late 19th-century French mental asylum explores both patients’ and caregivers’ struggle with the new ...Read Review
By Nicole Jordan -
In this entry in her Legendary Lovers series of Wilde family adventures, it’s time for “Beauty and the Beast” to get a ...Read Review
By Amanda Taylor -
Dangerous Waves by was originally published under the title The Chinaman’s Bastard in August 2009 but has been re-visited by the author, substantially ...Read Review
By Geraldine McCaughrean -
Comity Pinny’s mother dies of a snake bite in the remote Australian outback where her father runs the telegraph station in Kinkindele. ...Read Review
By Lisa Burkitt -
Published 2013Published c2012
Fleur and Babette, two women in 1883 Paris, move in the same circles of the Impressionist movement but with very different results. Their lives ...Read Review
By Glendon Swarthout -
Published 2014Published c1988
Anyone who imagines that a homesteader’s life on America’s Great Plains was all “Little House on the Prairie” hasn’t tried ...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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