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By Don E. Phelps -
In this coming-of-age tale of a youngster involved in the burgeoning interpersonal conflicts among the politically-divided Mohawk Valley inhabitants and a solider in ...Read Review
By Julian Stockwin -
Having done their duty at Trafalgar (1805) and subsequently elsewhere, notably Curaçao, Captain Kydd and his frigate are recalled by the British Admiralty. ...Read Review
By Jon Neal Wallace -
Wallace’s American Civil War novel focuses on two main figures, Will Wallace and his former adjutant Tom Jackson, who helped to strategize ...Read Review
By Tom Williams -
This tale of espionage is set against one of the lesser-known fields of conflict in the Napoleonic Wars – South America – with the real-life ...Read Review
By Berwick Coates -
Harold Godwinson has boldly taken the English throne and prepares for the expected invasion from across the Channel by William of Normandy and ...Read Review
By Peter Hepplewhite -
Children/Young AdultMilitaryShort Stories
The Great War has always been an emotive subject, and it’s a difficult task to portray it with both frankness and delicacy ...Read Review
By James Boschert -
In 1177, Talon returns to the city of Acre, accused of witchcraft by certain church authorities. Now a rich shipping magnate working with the ...Read Review
By Taylor Downing -
The Great War has always been known for its industrialised killing – it’s considered to be the first “modern” war, where technology such ...Read Review
By Sam Angus -
In 1915, fifteen-year-old Billy Bayliss enlists in the army, using his older brother’s papers to pretend he is seventeen and old enough to ...Read Review
By MICHAEL JECKS -
Edward III of England is determined to enforce his right to the French throne, but so far the French king has not been ...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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