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By Clive Cussler - By Justin Scott -
The greater New York City area has fallen victim to the Italian Black Hand. Well-to-do merchants, bankers, high-level public officials, even Wall Street ...Read Review
By Christine Simolke -
It’s a story as old as America: Luigi Falconi leaves his home and family in Italy to work in a West Virginia ...Read Review
By Dawn Harris -
The Ebenezer Papers is an enjoyable and entertaining read pretty much from start to finish. Set in 1930s London, against a background of ...Read Review
By Alan S. Kessler -
Alan Kessler’s Clarence Olgibee splits its narrative between 1974 and 1954: in 1974, teenager Jimmy Tate Sullivan is sentenced to life in prison as an ...Read Review
By Mickie B. Ashling -
Set in post-WWII Philippines, Mayon exceeds expectations at all levels. It delivers solidly and tastefully on its packaging as LGBT romance, but Ashling’...Read Review
By Fiona Davis -
1952. When 17-year-old Darby McLaughlin moves from Defiance, Ohio to New York to take a secretarial course, she quickly falls under the spell of ...Read Review
By Ed Ifkovic -
In the spring of 1932, the infant son of aviator Charles Lindbergh, America’s hero, is snatched from his bed by an unknown kidnapper ...Read Review
By Abir Mukherjee -
Calcutta in 1919: Captain Sam Wyndham, a former Scotland Yard detective, has arrived in Calcutta to head up a new post in the police ...Read Review
By Stephan A. Silva -
An Italian fighter pilot is shot down in North Africa. He needs to get back to Tobruk to rejoin the fight against the ...Read Review
By Beatriz Williams -
This is a story of a love triangle, secrets, and a decades-old murder mystery. In 1922 New York City, sophisticated Theresa Marshall, of 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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