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By Patricia Cabot -
Lady Caroline Linford is horrified to discover her fiancé having an affair with another woman! True to her Victorian upbringing, she says nothing. ...Read Review
By Ruthanne Lum McCunn -
Set in the Pearl River Delta of China in the 1800s, The Moon Pearl tells of three girls born into the silkworm-growing families ...Read Review
By Robert J. Conley -
In Medicine War, the good guys wear white, the bad guys wear black, the violence is swift and detached from human emotion, and ...Read Review
By Teresa Medeiros -
Laura Fairleigh’s dear friend and benefactor has died, leaving Laura and her siblings homeless unless they can prevail upon her son for ...Read Review
By Lauraine Snelling -
Lauraine Snelling captures the hearts of two young adults as they work towards their life’s dreams in the late 19th century. She ...Read Review
This is the eleventh book in the acclaimed Real People series that describes the history of the Cherokee Nation (“The Real People”) from ...Read Review
By David Nevin -
Aaron Burr is a man who thinks big, especially about himself. Always ready to grab the gold ring when it passes by, he ...Read Review
By Tracy Fobes -
Although this novel is set in the Scottish Highlands in 1813, it begins with a flashback to 1796 when the Duke of Argyll’s wife ...Read Review
By Dan O’Brien -
As an old man on the eve of WWII, Valentine McGillycuddy remembers an earlier conflict when he served as contract surgeon in the ...Read Review
By Lisa Jensen -
In 1823, half-Indian Victoria “Tory” MacKenzie flees an unpromising future in Boston by disguising herself as a male and stowing away on a ship. ...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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