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By Shana Galen -
An admiral’s daughter, Raeven Russell has the men on her father’s ship wrapped around her finger – which is why she and ...Read Review
By Bill Page -
Roman Britain, 368 AD. Acting Primicerius Canio has become mixed up in the death of a suspected deserter who, in his dying breath, tells ...Read Review
By Dewey Lambdin -
I have sailed with Alan Lewrie, R.N., on sixteen voyages before Reefs and Shoals and was as eager to embark for the ...Read Review
By Tim Hodkinson -
During the troubled reign of Edward II, former Knight Templar Richard Savage has been left to rot in a dungeon. He is unexpectedly ...Read Review
By Jack Ludlow -
Jack Ludlow is the pen name of David Donachie, author of many historical novels, Roman, naval, mediaeval, and now this The Roads to ...Read Review
By Jonathan Hopkins -
Jonathan Hopkins’ novel is an engaging Sharpe- or Flashman-style romp. It’s the story of an unlikely friendship between two youths of different ...Read Review
By James Fleming -
A strange, strange novel. We begin pretty much in the middle as the hero, Charlie Doig, is on a barge with his associates ...Read Review
By Angus Donald -
Alan Dale, musician and would-be expert sword and dagger man, awaits – as does his master Earl Robert of Locksley – the return from the ...Read Review
By W.E.B. Griffin - By William E. Butterworth IV -
Just after Victory in Europe day, Cletus Frade, Army Air Force fighter jockey, Argentine commercial pilot, and member of the OSS, finds himself ...Read Review
By Eithne Massey -
The Silver Stag is a historical adventure set in Ireland during the 14th century. The story centres on four children in the household ...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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