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By Simon Scarrow - By T. J Andrews -
AD 25. When Clemestes, captain of a merchant ship, offers Telemachus, a young man surviving on the streets of Piraeus, the chance to join ...Read Review
By Richard Zimler -
Bestselling author Richard Zimler crafts a distinctly Jewish view of the mission and execution of Jesus of Nazareth (here termed Yeshua, of Natzeret) ...Read Review
By David Barbaree -
The Bay of Naples, August, A.D. 79, at the Roman Imperial summer residence. The Flavians, now under Emperor Titus, have ruled Rome since ...Read Review
By Nicholas Bowling -
1st-century AD, Rome. The power-crazed Emperor Nero is determined to get his hands on the fabled Golden Fleece, and his armed guards will ...Read Review
By L.M. Affrossman -
70 AD. Shelamzion is only 19 years old as she awaits death in a Roman prison. When Fabius Cornelius Grammaticus enters her cell, the last ...Read Review
By Nancy Jardine -
Britain in the first century AD was a complicated place. The Roman Empire was determined to push its boundaries further north, and the ...Read Review
By Lin Wilder -
I, Claudia is the story of Claudia Procula and her husband, the infamous Lucius Pontius Pilate. For Claudia, Lucius is her one true ...Read Review
By June Trop -
In 1st-century Alexandria, Miriam bat Isaac is a dutiful Jewish daughter, running her late father’s business, whose twin brother Binyamin went off ...Read Review
By Lindsey Davis -
Lindsey Davis is putting ancient Rome to rights again with the help of Flavia Albia. The Emperor Domitian is on the throne and ...Read Review
By Jay Parini -
After receiving a divine vision on the road to Damascus, Paul devotes his life to proclaiming the news of Jesus. Often accompanied by ...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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