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By D Lawrence Young -
The battle of Agincourt is one of the most famous battles in history; the defeat of approximately 50,000 French soldiers by around 8,000 English has ...Read Review
By Richard Denning -
Published Mercia Books
In this, the second in the series of books by Richard Denning, we return to 6th-century England, a country spilt into smaller kingdoms ...Read Review
By Glen Huser -
The summer of 1923 finds Leroy “Doodlebug” Barnstable at a “topsy-turvy” crossroads in his young life. Orphaned at the age of 14, he goes to ...Read Review
By Marie-Louise Jensen -
Sophia is an intelligent, energetic girl who reads Aphra Behn’s plays, rides horses and is a crack shot. She also has a ...Read Review
By Julie Lawson -
Kevin Messenger is a disappointment. He knows this because his father reminds him of it every day. Kevin is not interested in soccer ...Read Review
By Victoria Lamb -
This novel for young adults follows the adventures of Meg Lytton, a young girl in the service of the Princess Elizabeth during her ...Read Review
By Mika Ashley-Hollinger -
When her father kicks a pushy Yankee realtor off their Florida swampland property and the guy later turns up dead, it turns out ...Read Review
By Jillian Larkin -
Published 2011Published 2012
Chicago, 1924. Wealthy society schoolgirl Gloria moonlights as the lead singer for a black jazz band; her ‘country’ cousin Clara comes to help Gloria ...Read Review
By Tom Bradman - By Tony Bradman -
Here the familiar story is told from the point of view of dockyard boy Billy who has seen the Titanic built. He joins ...Read Review
By Y. S. Lee -
Published 2011Published 2012
Mary Quinn, now a full-fledged member of the Agency, an all-female detective agency run out of a girls’ school in Victorian London, poses ...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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