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By Judith McNaught -
With intelligence and humor, Judith McNaught has created a lively and fun Regency romance. Impoverished Lady Elizabeth Cameron must marry well to save ...Read Review
By James D. Houston -
Based on the Donner Party tragedy of 1846-47, Snow Mountain Passage tells of American emigration to California in the mid-1800s. Through “The ...Read Review
By Linda Lael Miller -
It is 1853, and on a wagon train west a young woman gives birth to twin boys. Soon orphaned, the brothers, Shay and Tristain, ...Read Review
By Caroline Rose Hunt -
This book is subtitled The 1848 Journal of Young Lady Primrose and indeed the book’s lovely design simulates a diary. Unfortunately, its entries ...Read Review
By Sena Jeter Naslund -
Sherlock Holmes aficionados would expect that the title refers to “the” woman, Irene Adler, known in modern parlance as “the one who got ...Read Review
By Robin Paige -
In this, the seventh book in a series by Robin Paige, pseudonym of the husband-and-wife team of Bill Albert and Susan Wittig Albert, ...Read Review
By Miranda Jarrett -
The Fairbourne family saga continues in Star Bright. Diana Fairbourne left America for London to find a titled husband, and her mission is ...Read Review
By Owen Parry -
Second in a series (after Faded Coat of Blue), this welcome addition should draw even more readers. Abel Jones, a new member of ...Read Review
By Lisa Carey -
In 1848, the Irish emigrant ship Tír na nÓg broke up against the rocky Maine coast, drowning many, including a seven-year-old girl. ...Read Review
By Gail L. Jenner -
In Montana Territory the wagon transporting Liza Ralston and her father is attacked by outlaws. Their guide is killed, and her father is ...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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