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By Greg Iles -
In this sprawling novel, Iles, best known for his contemporary mysteries featuring prosecutor and author Penn Cage, begins his anticipated epic trilogy. Interweaving ...Read Review
By Suzanne North -
On the eve of the Second World War, Kay Jeynes volunteers to transfer out of her typist’s job to work for Japanese ...Read Review
By Charles Todd -
It’s 1918 and Bess Crawford, of Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service, has just returned to London from France with a convoy ...Read Review
By Jaime Lee Moyer -
This is the second in a series of paranormal mysteries set in San Francisco after the onset of WWI. Delia Martin has the ...Read Review
By Helen Watts - By Taffy Thomas -
Children/Young AdultShort Stories
This book comprises fourteen stories from the Great War, and what I like about them is that they are very varied. Some will ...Read Review
By Bali Rai -
The difficulty with this slim novel is that it falls between two stools. On the one hand, it is a straightforward adventure story; ...Read Review
By Jeff Ridenour -
Published 2013Published 2013-12-05
The Tower of the Blue Horses, an immense painting by early twentieth-century German Exhibitionist painter, Franz Marc, forms the keystone of Jeff Ridenour’...Read Review
By Amy Bloom -
At the age of twelve, Evie Acton’s young mother leaves her on the steps of her father’s house, where she meets ...Read Review
By David Fuller -
In 1913, Harry Longbaugh, aka The Sundance Kid, is released from a Wyoming prison under the assumed name of Harry Alonzo. The Kid, along ...Read Review
By J. Sydney Jones -
The fifth installment of Jones’ Viennese Mystery series finds Karl Werthen and Dr. Hans Gross puzzling over a peculiar succession of ritualistic murders ...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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