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By Lynn Austin -
If I Were You is a story of friendship, betrayal, class, and the desperate measures people take to survive in wartime. The story ...Read Review
By Roseanna M. White -
In 1918 London, nurse Arabelle Denler tries to ignore her loneliness by immersing herself into her war work. Her father, an intrepid explorer, is ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
Annabelle Larkin, recent graduate of Kansas State Agricultural College, is trying to turn her temporary position as botanical specialist at the Smithsonian Institution ...Read Review
By Jen Geigle Johnson -
In 1817 London, Lady Elizabeth Davenport’s parents insist she marry the loathsome, rich Lord Pinweather. Impersonating her maid, Elizabeth calls herself Heidi and ...Read Review
By Sian Ann Bessey -
1784. Believing the Lamhurst Gang to be responsible for lawless smuggling in Kent and his father’s death, Jonas Ainsworth, Viscount Langton, decides to ...Read Review
By Jen Turano -
Poppy Garrison is twenty-two, beautiful, and an heiress. Her grandmother has summoned her from her family’s horse farm to New York City ...Read Review
By Sarah Loudin Thomas -
For decades, the feud between the Harpe and the McLean families in the coal-mining region of West Virginia has simmered, taking fire yet ...Read Review
By Jen Turano - By Karen Witemeyer - By Regina Jennings - By Tracie Peterson -
This is an anthology of four Christian romance novellas, about young women who worked for America’s first restaurant chain, Harvey House, set ...Read Review
By Jennifer Moore -
London, 1873. Undeterred by the obstacles, Lady Sophronia Bremerton determines to prove to her skeptical editor than she can be an investigative reporter, not ...Read Review
By Judith Miller -
Judith Miller’s A Perfect Silhouette is a charming if over-moralized story of one young woman who must go to work in 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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