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By C.R. May -
This is the first in a trilogy following the mass migration of Gauls led by Brennus across the Alps to wreak havoc on ...Read Review
By Adam Palmer -
This debut novel by Adam Palmer was a fictionalized account of Desmond Doss, conscientious objector, World War II medic, and war hero. Throughout ...Read Review
By J. F. Ridgley -
In the first volume of a new series, J. F. Ridgley sets the action of novel in the far-flung Roman colony of Britannia ...Read Review
By Fredrik Nath -
Aulus Veridius Scapula is born into a comfortable life around 100 B.C. as the son of a respected and successful jeweller. There wouldn’...Read Review
By Aubrey Botsford (trans.) - By Katia Fox -
Guillaume le Mareschal is an unwanted younger son born to be a pawn in medieval Normandy. Desperate to prove himself, young Guillaume works ...Read Review
By Jeffrey Stayton -
Travel with an army of widows that waxes and wanes in numbers after the end of the Civil War, as they march to ...Read Review
By Christian Cameron -
The Long Sword, the second book in Cameron’s new series, the first of which was The Ill-made Knight, begins in Pisa in 1364. ...Read Review
By John Hughes-Wilson -
1914: First Blood – A Tommy Gunn Adventure by John Hughes-Wilson covers the first year of the Great War from the perspective of a young ...Read Review
By Becky Hepinstall - By Kathy Hepinstall -
Josephine and Libby Beale, teenage sisters in Winchester, Virginia, are devoted to each other until a stranger intrudes. When Arden Tanner befriends 13-year-old ...Read Review
By Steve Anderson -
Under False Flags is a gritty, hard look through the eyes of an American and a German soldier near the end of WWII ...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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