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By B.N. Peacock -
The beginning of an intended series spanning the Georgian/Regency period (or, si vous préférez, the Revolutionary/Napoleonic), A Tainted Dawn ...Read Review
By Alice Duncan -
Daisy Gumm Majesty, sham spirit medium, is an endearing narrator surrounded by quirky characters in this light, funny 1920s adventure. In fact Daisy ...Read Review
By John Wilson -
This second book in the Desert Legends Trilogy follows 16-year-old Jim Doolen as he’s drawn reluctantly into the Lincoln County Wars. A ...Read Review
By Randall Peffer -
During the latter stages of the American Civil War, from 1863 to 1865, Captain Ralph Semmes of the C.S.S. Alabama terrorizes the North’...Read Review
By Jillian Stone -
Phaeton Black, paranormal investigator, operates in Victorian London. He is charming, clever, playful, ruthless when he needs to be — and, above all, a ...Read Review
By Max Adams -
Published 2010Published 2012
To Do or Die covers just thirteen days in September 1939, but oh, what harrowing days they are! Eddie Dawson, lance-corporal and explosives expert ...Read Review
By Jeffrey Archer -
New York City, 1939-1945. In the second of Archer’s five-part drama (Only Time Will Tell, 2011), young Harry Clifton has a promising future ...Read Review
By Peter James Cottrell -
Disillusioned by his experiences in the First World War, Kevin Flynn returns to his home in Ireland and takes a post in the ...Read Review
By Iain Gale -
In the summer of 1940 during WW2, the British Expeditionary Force in France were forced to retreat. The 51st. Highland Division (the Black Jackals) ...Read Review
By John Wilcox -
China in 1900 is a dangerous place for westerners as the peasant youth rise up forming the cult of The Boxers, who blame 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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