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By Allison Pittman -
In the Roaring Twenties, Monica Bisbaine is a gossip columnist for the D.C. rag, Capitol Chatter. Hiding behind the pen name “Monkey ...Read Review
By Millie Vigor -
This is the sequel to Catherine of Deepdale, which described Catherine’s arrival in the Shetland Islands and the early years of her ...Read Review
By G.J Greenhough -
Two Trees by G.J. Greenhough is a thoughtful reflection on friendships and enemies in war time. 20-year-old John sets out to the ...Read Review
By Martin Limon -
Sergeant George Sueño and his partner Sergeant Ernie Bascom, American military policemen in South Korea in the early 1970s, have appeared in ...Read Review
By Glen Peters -
This is the second novel in Anglo-Indian author Glen Peters’ proposed series of Mrs D’Silva novels. The main protagonist, Joan D’Silva, ...Read Review
By Timothee de Fombelle -
1934, Paris. Vango, a teenage boy of mysterious origins and with an unusually isolated childhood, is about to be ordained priest, when a shot ...Read Review
By Digby Diehl - By Theodora Getty Gaston -
Society girl turned torch singer Teddy Getty’s memoir of life with billionaire J. Paul Getty is a who’s who of the 1930...Read Review
By Jo Graham - By Melissa Scott -
In Steel Blues, the second in the Order of the Air Series, Melissa Scott and Jo Graham tell the gripping story of the ...Read Review
By Janette Jenkins -
Jamaica 1971, and Sir Noël Coward is in declining health, living out his final years in the sun and heat at his eponymous ...Read Review
By Danny Miller -
When white, upper-class Johnny Beresford is found dead in Belgravia and a black nurse-come-prostitute Marcy Jones is bludgeoned to death in Notting Hill ...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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