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By Laura Andersen -
Laura Andersen continues to explore her alternative history of Elizabethan England, in which Queen Elizabeth I has a daughter with King Philip II ...Read Review
By Justin Richards -
In this alternate history and science fiction-themed novel, the WWII British special operators at Station Z are battling both Nazis and the alien ...Read Review
By Alan Smale -
Though Praetor Gaius Marcellinus, the sole survivor of his legion, has helped lead the nation of Cahokia to victory against the warlike Iroqua, ...Read Review
By David Means -
The conceit of Hystopia, author David Means’ first novel, is that the novel it contains was written by a Vietnam vet, Eugene Allen, ...Read Review
By Alison Morton -
Ms Morton returns to the world of Roma Nova in her series about an alternate history of Europe, where the Roman Empire survives ...Read Review
By Matt Rees - By Yehuda Avner -
The Ambassador is a revisionist historical novel set during World War II. It asks the question: What would have happened to the Jews ...Read Review
By Tony Schumacher -
In The British Lion, sequel to The Darkest Hour, author Tony Schumacher has created a believable and terrifying alternative world in which the ...Read Review
By Brett Battles -
Denny Younger is an Eight—one of the lowest social classes in a strictly stratified British society in a timeline where the American ...Read Review
England, 1580: William Tudor (Henry IX) is dead, his sister Elizabeth I is on the throne, her marriage to Philip of Spain nears divorce, ...Read Review
By Guy Saville -
1953.The Allies have capitulated after Dunkirk, and Hitler’s Reich covers half the planet. There has been no Holocaust, but six million Jews ...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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