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By Preston Holtry -
Arrius is a Roman soldier who, throughout his distinguished career, has been dedicated to the aims and ideals of the Roman Empire. Until ...Read Review
By Harold R. Thompson -
In 1781, following six gruesome years of the American war of independence, two patriot brothers, Daniel and Joshua from Boston, are in Virginia battling ...Read Review
By Joe Scicluna -
Published 2017Published c2013
Set in the first decade of the 19th century on the small Mediterranean island of Malta, this is the story of Leo Bonanno, ...Read Review
By Douglas Jackson -
Published 2017Published 2017-08-10
AD 77. Gaius Valerius Verrens is an honoured member of Emperor Vespasian’s inner circle, but this is no bar to danger caused by ...Read Review
By Steve Watkins -
Fishing off the North Carolina coast is routine for twelve-year-old Colton, until a surfacing U-boat destroys their craft and severely injures his older ...Read Review
By Mark Noce -
It is the year 602, and Wales is not yet united. Small neighboring kingdoms fight viciously against each other. Amid this disunity, and continually ...Read Review
By MICHAEL JECKS -
This is the third book in a trilogy on the Hundred Years War, the first being about the Battle of Crecy (Fields of ...Read Review
By Jason Born -
Quaker’s War is the first thrilling novel of Jason Born’s The Long Fuse series. It’s the story of the beginning ...Read Review
By David Donachie -
1796, and Lieutenant John Pearce is headed to England on board a hospital ship, his future uncertain. But first there is a small matter ...Read Review
By Paul Fraser Collard -
April 1861. Jack Lark—soldier, leader, imposter—has arrived in Boston as civil war erupts across America. In the aftermath of a battle in ...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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