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By Cheryl A. Ossola -
Few jobs are as stressful as that of a nurse in a neonatal ICU, and in February 2011, Kira is maxed out by her ...Read Review
By Christine Leunens -
Like many Viennese boys of the late 1930s, Johannes Betzler joins the Hitler Youth, in which he takes great pride, and swallows the ...Read Review
By Terry Deary -
September 1939. World War 2 has broken out. Brigit Furst has been evacuated to Wales. Her father, a German has been interned for the duration ...Read Review
By Alisa Smith -
“Fairy tales have lives of their own.” Lena Stillman, the narrator of this fine sequel to Speakeasy, knows that our deeds are one ...Read Review
By Lawrence Goldstone -
It’s September 1901 in Buffalo, New York, and US President William McKinley is shot by assassin and anarchist Leon Czolgosz. The initial prognosis ...Read Review
By Jennifer Hallock -
On a moonlit night in 1905, in a cabin on a Philippine island, young Benjamin Potter lies screaming on his bed. Ben arrived years ...Read Review
By Charles Ellingworth -
I was looking forward to this book: 1919, the Great War is over, but a generation of men have been killed or wounded, and ...Read Review
By Karen Kelly -
The Parrish and Collier families have long been connected by the bonds of love and friendship. Their stories and relationships are told in ...Read Review
By Christopher Moore -
Set in a 1947 San Francisco that could exist only in the inventive mind of Christopher Moore, Noir starts when a Mysterious Blonde walks ...Read Review
By Courtney Maum -
Costalegre Island, Mexico, 1937. Young Lara awaits the arrival of a ship from Europe filled with her mother’s art collection and more artist ...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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