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By Richard North Patterson -
The 1960s were volatile, impassioned, and revolutionary years. In this prequel to Fall from Grace, Richard North Patterson deviates from many of his ...Read Review
By F. R. Tallis -
Readers of Frank Tallis’ Max Liebermann mystery series can rest assured that Tallis is just as good a writer when he’s not ...Read Review
By Rosemary Allen -
Listening to Brahms is a story of self-discovery and of one woman confronting the events of her past. It is Christmas 1989 when Margaret ...Read Review
By Rhys Bowen -
Heirs and Graces, the seventh installment in Rhys Bowen’s Royal Spyness mystery series, finds Lady Georgiana Rannoch at Kingsdowne Place, the home ...Read Review
By Susan Rebecca White -
In Susan Rebecca White’s A Place at the Table, her third novel, a passion for cuisine serves to unite people and to ...Read Review
By Barbara Cleverly -
Barbara Cleverly’s latest Joe Sandilands mystery is an international affair. In 1933 London, a woman’s body is unearthed on the banks of ...Read Review
By Terry Deary -
France, December 1914. Private Albert Watson is on his way to the Western Front. His mate, Charlie, an experienced soldier, tells him that the ...Read Review
By Jillian Cantor -
Margie Franklin prefers to live a quiet and solitary life. She works as a secretary in a Philadelphia law firm and doesn’t ...Read Review
By Shawn Hoffman -
Published Thomas Nelson
The opening scene of a man being flayed alive may shock religious fiction fans unaccustomed to graphic violence. Samson Abrams is a Jewish ...Read Review
By Sheelagh Mawe -
This claims to be a true story and doubtless it is, but to classify it as non-fiction would be a disservice to the ...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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