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By Alexander Fullerton -
Alexander Fullerton’s fictional biography of Nick Everard of the Royal Navy takes him from service on board a British destroyer in the ...Read Review
By Andrew Nagorski -
The story opens at the end of World War I. Fifteen-year-old Karl Naumann’s father and older brother have been killed, and he ...Read Review
By Alan Furst -
This latest tale from Furst opens on the Black Sea in November of 1940. Once again a man without a country, this time Russian ...Read Review
Alan Furst’s body of work remains totally focused on Europe between 1933 and 1945. Khristo Stoianev, a Bulgarian peasant, is introduced into the brutality ...Read Review
By George Shipway -
Published (c1968)Published 2002
The narrator is the Roman general and Governor of Britain, Suetonius Paulinus. In 59 A.D. the Emperor Nero posts him to Britain with ...Read Review
By Jeff Shaara -
I couldn’t wait for this sequel to Rise to Rebellion; I knew it was going to be superb and was not disappointed. ...Read Review
By Brian Kaufman -
Although few Americans remember March 6, 1836, many know the event connected with that date – the day Santa Ana’s army breached the defenses of ...Read Review
By James Reasoner -
This seventh installment of ten in the Civil War Battle Series picks up the story on July 4, 1863, the day after the surrender of ...Read Review
By Dennis P. McIntire -
Subtitled “A Novel of What Might Have Been,” this story is just that. The author revisits one of the South’s most perplexing ...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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