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By John Canzanella -
Nikolai Bobrikov rises to prominence, becoming Governor General of Finland. He finds that his power allows him to further continue the oppressive ways ...Read Review
By Laila Ibrahim -
Yellow Crocus, set in the antebellum era, tells the story of Hattie, an enslaved wet-nurse, living at Fair Oakes, a Virginia plantation, and ...Read Review
By D. Allen Miles -
In this new addition to Balfour’s adventures we encounter Myles and his crew setting sail for Saint Domingue, where the ship is ...Read Review
By Jon Steven Nappa -
With Hearts Courageous is the second installment in the life of Sir William Hillary, founder of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). Although ...Read Review
By Michael Toledano -
Timothy Brompton, after a varied life that has included gaining a knowledge of boxing and a use of firearms from a sortie into ...Read Review
By Timothy Woods -
A spy thriller set in Washington DC during the American Civil War, Grant Me Timely Grace is relentless, grabbing you from page one ...Read Review
By Emily Hill -
This novel opens by following a trio of characters -– C. T. Jenkins, Lucy Davey, and John Peabody Colburn – in much biographical detail ...Read Review
By Johnny D. Boggs -
Zeb Hogan has a mission to carry out for the Union’s 16th Wisconsin: find and kill the traitor Sergeant Ben DeVere. It ...Read Review
By Julie Klassen -
Basing her book on several elements and characters of Austen novels and on Jane’s life itself, Klassen combines numerous characters, situations, and ...Read Review
By Anna Myers -
In 1800s Philadelphia, Robby Hare is a sensitive and intelligent twelve-year-old boy whose mother runs a boarding house. His ne’er-do-well father, 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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