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By Brendan O'Carroll -
It’s the night before Agnes Reddin’s wedding to “Redser” Browne, a ceremony that Agnes knows might never take place. She spends ...Read Review
By Katherine O'Neal -
If you are in the market for a smart, sassy romance with plenty of action thrown in, Katherine O’Neal’s newest release ...Read Review
By D.A. Brockett -
Stained Glass Rose is a fictionalized account of a crime that took place in Grand Junction, Colorado, in 1937. Intrigued by many unresolved issues ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
Published 2003Published 2003 (UK)
The prolific Perry does it again – here, with the first instalment of an anticipated five book series focusing on a British family in 1914 ...Read Review
By Pam Chun -
According to author Pam Chun, in late 19th and early 20th century China, a man’s status was heightened through his accumulation of ...Read Review
By Chris Petit -
Published 2002Published 2003 (UK)
If you enjoy assembling really big jigsaw puzzles with really small pieces, you may enjoy this book. Told entirely first person by a ...Read Review
By Max Allan Collins -
The author William Huntington Wright, travelling under his alias of S.S. Van Dine, is undercover as a journalist on the last voyage ...Read Review
By Li Qiao -
“The way it is? Everyone comes into the world naked. Then why are some born to be called ‘master’ and others born to ...Read Review
By Martin Corrick -
Tom and William, identical twins, are born on the very day WWI ends in 1918. They are reared by a philandering father, who’s ...Read Review
By Michael Raleigh -
After a flood destroys Lewis Tully’s circus in 1919, he vows his circus career is over. However, his lifelong love of the circus ...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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