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By Cynthia Peale -
When two residents of Bertram’s Bower, a house for fallen women, are found violently murdered, shock reverberates amongst residents of the upscale ...Read Review
By Elena Santangelo -
Pat Montella, a refugee from Philadelphia blessed with Sight, now lives in rural Virginia with Miss Maggie Shelby. In Miss Maggie’s back ...Read Review
By Peter Bowen -
Based on the real-life adventures of the legendary Luther “Yellowstone” Kelly, or so it’s claimed, this is the third book in the ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
Published 2001Published 2001-01-01
This is a remarkable book of the gold rush in Alaska, and the adventures of a young lady who is running from a ...Read Review
By Emily Brightwell -
This is the latest in the many-volume Victorian Mystery series, starring Mrs. Jeffries. Housekeeper to Inspector Witherspoon, her detective skills far outweigh his, ...Read Review
By Andrea Pickens -
Published 2000Published 2000-01-01
There is a little bit of a mystery involved with this recent regency romance, just enough to add some zest to a rather ...Read Review
By Kathleen Cambor -
The Johnstown Flood of 1889 in Pennsylvania was one of the worst disasters in American history: over 2,200 people died, including 99 whole families. Kathleen Cambor ...Read Review
By Mary Jo Putney -
Troth Montgomery was born to a Scottish father and a Chinese mother and grew up in Macao. When her father dies she goes ...Read Review
By Orson Scott Card -
The story takes place between 1819 and 1919 and is a fictional biography of Dinah Kirkham, a woman who was central in the growth and ...Read Review
By Edwin Shrake -
Reviewers should be as forthcoming and honest as possible in all their writings. In keeping with that principle, I will state that I ...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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