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By Marion Chesney -
Hasty Death is the second in Chesney’s new Edwardian mystery series featuring Lady Rose Summer and Captain Harry Cathcart. Headstrong Lady Rose, ...Read Review
By Robin Paige -
London, 1902, Coronation Day: a milestone for Edward VII, who finally succeeds to the throne. Spectators fill the streets, including an anarchist whose bomb ...Read Review
By Jeffery Deaver -
Berlin’s famous Tiergarten is translated as “Garden of Beasts,” and this play on words is a fitting title for a story based ...Read Review
By Lily Powell -
Antonie Herrnfeld and her twin Peter, young German Jews, venture to Buenos Aires during the Holocaust. Fearful of the politics in Germany, their ...Read Review
By Bernadette Gabay Dyer -
Set in Jamaica, this novel follows the childhood and early adult life of John Moneague. The product of rape, he is born to ...Read Review
By Douglas Reeman -
Douglas Reeman’s naval adventures have been eagerly devoured by his numerous international followers for decades. His writings have not simply supplied readers ...Read Review
By Jane Feather -
This third, and last, installment in the Duncan sisters’ trilogy focuses on Chastity, the youngest sister. In her guise as the Go-Between, she ...Read Review
By Gus Weill -
In Richelieu Parish, Louisiana, in 1956, Sheriff Bobby Boudreaux has some problems: altar boy Ti Boy Brouliette has died, cleaning his shotgun; reporter Ruth ...Read Review
By Giuseppe Genna -
Two police detectives, one in 1962 and another in 2001, discover that “everything evolves around the dark and secret name of Ishmael.” One is distracted ...Read Review
By Steve Wiggins -
Bronislaw Pietrazewicz, code-named “Lot,” is a member of the Polish Underground fighting the Nazi occupiers in Warsaw. Bronek, as he is known, and ...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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