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By Sara Ackerman -
Eva Cassidy climbs aboard the steamship SS Lurline with a new name and plans for a fresh start. Recently enlisted as an Army ...Read Review
By Clarissa Harwood -
Harwood has followed up her much-praised debut, Impossible Saints, with a companion novel in which the antagonist of the first book has become ...Read Review
By Allison Pittman -
In 1788 in Mouton Blanc in France, 16-year-old Renée and her older cousin Laurette are helping at Émile’s sheep farm and sleeping ...Read Review
By Michael Foreman (illus.) - By Sir Michael Morpurgo -
1970s London: Jonah has always struggled to fit in at school. He’s too busy to make friends, spending his time caring for ...Read Review
By Aimie K. Runyan -
Girls on the Line brings to light the World War I Hello Girls. These American women served in the U.S. army as ...Read Review
By Laura Frantz -
In 1752, on a small Scottish island, Lark MacLeish lives a stark and simple but comfortable life with her granny. She is a keeper ...Read Review
By Rosella Postorino -
Rosa Sauer, a 26-year-old German secretary living in Berlin, has been hired for an unusual position. Though women were unable to fight in ...Read Review
By Helen Klein Ross -
With understated elegance, The Latecomers braids many coming-of-age stories into one. First, we have Brighid “Bridey” Molloy, an Irish teenager whose fiancé dies ...Read Review
By Chris Cander -
At the turn of the 20th century, Julius Blüthner listens for the music hidden in the trees as he searches the Romanian ...Read Review
By Anthony Horowitz -
World War II has ended, the Korean War has just begun, and British agent 007 turns up dead off a quay by Marseilles. 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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