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By Catherine Richmond -
I loved this book! It was cuts above the average Christian prairie romance that the cover led me to expect. Susannah Underhill is ...Read Review
By Barbara Erskine -
Published 2009Published 2011
After a 14-year stint as a trophy wife, Anna Fox is recently divorced and at loose ends. Her great-aunt Phyllis suggests that Anna ...Read Review
By Gabrielle Kimm -
Naples, 1564: beautiful and smart Francesca Felizzi strives to acquire wealthy patrons in her quest to become a cortigiana honesta, the top of the ...Read Review
By Tessa Dare -
In 1813, Susanna Finch is the only child of a world-renowned inventor of British weaponry. Susannah has made the village of Spindle Cove, called ...Read Review
By Martha Rogers -
Rachel Winston is a P.K. (preacher’s kid) in 1888 Connecticut, who finds it hard to submit to her father’s wishes when ...Read Review
By Ciji Ware -
Ciji Ware’s Midnight on Julia Street is a spellbinding story that promises relevance for today as it uncovers the truth of America’...Read Review
By Emily Purdy -
When Henry VIII finally does the country a favour and burbles his way to a premature death, surrounded by the great and good ...Read Review
By Susan Page Davis -
On the plains of north central Texas in 1857, stagecoach driver Ned Bright finds an exhausted, injured woman lying in the road. Assisted by ...Read Review
By Anna Solomon -
Sixteen-year-old Minna Losk dreams of her new life as a mail-order bride in America. She’ll have a handsome young husband, a big ...Read Review
By Eve Edwards -
Eve Edwards has mixed a frothy tale – part romance, part suspense, part friendship – as she stirs the reader with the story of Lady ...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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