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By M Stanford-Smith -
In what is said to be the final instalment of the exciting Nicholas Talbot adventures (though, never say never), octogenarian author M. Stanford-Smith ...Read Review
By L. A. Meyer -
Viva Jacquelina! is the tenth installment of the riveting Bloody Jack series. Jacky Faber has once again been coerced into working for the ...Read Review
By Christian Cameron -
Distraught over the death of his wife, Aristemnos — bronzesmith, warrior, and survivor of the battle of Marathon — flings himself off a cliff to ...Read Review
By Theresa Murphy -
Colm McFeeley comes from Ireland to undertake spying missions for King James’s army, facing Monmouth’s invading troops. To estimate numbers and ...Read Review
By Marissa Moss -
AdventureBiographical FictionChildren/Young Adult
Private Frank Thompson of the 2nd Michigan Volunteers is not your typical Civil War infantryman. He is also a battlefield nurse and writes ...Read Review
By Ben Kane -
This second volume of Kane’s take on the Spartacus story begins at the point at which the first book broke off: immediately ...Read Review
By Mark Keating -
In Blood Diamond, set in the year 1720, the pirate Devlin must steal the largest diamond in the world (the infamous Pitt diamond) in ...Read Review
By Derek Robinson -
“You’ve got to be demented to want to fly,” Flight Lieutenant Silk of 409 Squadron Royal Air Force tells Air Commodore Bletchley in 1943, ...Read Review
By Douglas Jackson -
Following on from Defender of Rome, Gaius Valerius Verrens, Hero of Rome in Avenger of Rome, is drawn further into the political maelstrom ...Read Review
By Jean Burnett -
This is a delightful romp with Jane Austen’s bad girl, Lydia Bennet. Her husband, Mr. Wickham, has left her a penniless widow, ...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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