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By Roby James -
What if William Wallace has a child? What if Jilliana is also Edward the First of England’s granddaughter? What if the only ...Read Review
By Jen Holling -
Caroline Graham is a tall woman, very pious and not very attractive, hence her nickname “the pious Graham mare.” Her brother has decided ...Read Review
By Rosanne Bittner -
This, the first in a planned series of novels dealing with the westward expansion of the United States, begins in 1752, shortly before the ...Read Review
By Mary Balogh -
This book is a spin-off from More Than a Mistress, as it follows the story of the younger brother of the Duke of ...Read Review
By Paula Cohen -
An intriguing, memorable debut, this historical novel offers numerous puzzles, startling revelations, and a rich cast of characters. Cohen depicts the social and ...Read Review
By Shannon Donnelly -
Glynis Chatwin has a mission: to prove that she is a lady. Glynis and her brother are the children of a union between ...Read Review
By Barbara Hazard -
Billed as a Regency romance, you get quite a bit more than that for your money. It’s also a quietly spooky ghost ...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
This is the final volume of James’s Regency trilogy (Potent Pleasures, Midnight Pleasures) and it is a pleasure to read. The main ...Read Review
By Gilbert Morris - By Lynn Morris -
In this first book of Duvall and Shiloh: The Inheritance series, set in 1869, newlyweds Cheney Duvall and Shiloh Irons-Winslow choose to honeymoon aboard ...Read Review
By Jane Orcutt -
Elizabeth Cameron, captured by the Indians as a young girl in 1868, eventually returns to her father. But she is not the same innocent ...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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