Articles

Original features from our print magazines.

Launch: Melissa Addey’s Beneath the Waves

INTERVIEW BY E.C. AMBROSE Melissa Addey’s tenth novel has just been published. Details of a giveaway at the end of this ...Read Article

A Promise of Light to Come: Franck Bouysse’s Born of No Woman

BY BETHANY LATHAM In nineteenth-century France, Gabriel has a secret, “the terrible story that I keep inside and that has been gnawing at ...Read Article

Launch: Stephanie Renee dos Santos’s Cut From The Earth

INTERVIEW BY TRACEY WARR Stephanie Renee dos Santos’s Cut From The Earth is an exploration of Portuguese tile arts and its diverse ...Read Article

A Fresh Lens on the Romans: A Winter War by Tim Leach

The first in an exciting new trilogy, A Winter War (Head of Zeus, 2021) is set in the later days of the Roman Empire ...Read Article

Launch: Marlie Parker Wasserman’s The Murderess Must Die

INTERVIEW BY SUSAN HIGGINBOTHAM Marlie Parker Wasserman’s debut novel, The Murderess Must Die, tackles the challenging topic of the first woman to ...Read Article

Launch: Sarah Angleton’s White Man’s Graveyard

INTERVIEW BY REBEKAH SIMMERS Sarah Angleton is the author of three historical novels, including companion novels Gentleman of Misfortune and Smoke Rose to ...Read Article

Another Side of History: The Vanished Days by Susanna Kearsley

BY ELIZABETH CORBETT In Susanna Kearsley’s The Vanished Days (Source Books, 2021), we find ourselves in a conflict-ridden Scotland of the early 1700s, ...Read Article

Complicated Woman: A Most Clever Girl by Stephanie Marie Thornton

BY LEE ANN ECKHARDT SMITH When American novelist Stephanie Marie Thornton went looking for “an amazing spy story during the Cold War,” she ...Read Article

Filling in the Gaps: The Stolen Lady by Laura Morelli

BY LEE ANN ECKHARDT SMITH Art historian and historical novelist Laura Morelli revisits the life of Leonardo da Vinci in her latest novel, ...Read Article

New books by Historical Novel Society members, November 2021

Congrats to the following author members on their newly released books. If you’ve written a historical novel or nonfiction work published (or ...Read Article

1 2 3 87