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By Jenny Brown -
In 1820 Captain Miles Trevelyan is home on leave from India. His main purpose is to find a bride and produce an heir before ...Read Review
By Catherine Coulter -
In 1831, Lord Julian is being pressed to find a second wife by his mother. She has in mind Sophie, the daughter of her ...Read Review
By Laurie Alice Eakes -
England, 1812: Young widow Lydia Gale helps parole an imprisoned Frenchman and starts a chain of events that takes her from the sparkling life ...Read Review
By Rosslyn Elliott -
This is the second book in the Saddler’s Legacy series, set in the 1850s. Sweeter than Birdsong is a fictionalized account of ...Read Review
By Linda Windsor -
Caden O’Byrne is grievously wounded while fighting Saxon invaders at King Arthur’s side and is healed by a Lothian widow. She ...Read Review
By Colleen Gleason -
Kick, shove, slice, and an ogre-faced demon’s head is parted from its doglike body; Lady Victoria Gardella is in action. In early 19...Read Review
By Anna Jacobs -
Anna Jacobs has a long track record. Some fifty novels, according to the dust jacket of this one, all presumably ticking the same ...Read Review
By Jeannie Lin -
Ling Suyin is the former consort of China’s August Emperor, but she retired from the court upon the emperor’s death. She ...Read Review
By Shelley Gray -
In 1874, the American Civil War has been over for almost a decade, but the consequences still reverberate in the lives of ordinary people ...Read Review
By Maureen Lang -
Published 2009Published 2011
Set in the small village of Briecourt, France, during the early battles of World War I, Look to the East opens 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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