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By Mary Daheim -
The death of Dallas Cameron’s father comes the very night that Queen Mary of Scotland returns to Edinburgh in 1561. Dallas rushes back ...Read Review
By Loretta Proctor -
Set in the 1960s, Dying Phoenix is a love story based around the tumultuous years of a military coup in Greece. Max and ...Read Review
By Nicole Jordan -
In this entry in her Legendary Lovers series of Wilde family adventures, it’s time for “Beauty and the Beast” to get a ...Read Review
By Maggie Brendan -
Anna Olsen is an adventurous spirit. But she is also bored. Desperate to escape her humdrum life, she answers an advertisement for a ...Read Review
By Naomi Datham -
Set around the great blizzard of 1888, this is the story of a family who have to start a new life on the frontier. ...Read Review
By Amanda Cabot - By Ann Shorey - By Jane Kirkpatrick - By Laurie Alice Eakes -
This collection of inspirational romance novellas is worth reading. Each works with a theme based on a Bible verse epigraph, and they are ...Read Review
By Jane Ashford -
Jane Ashford, author of Once Again a Bride, delivers a charming historical romance set in Regency England. Governess Clare Greenough unexpectedly finds out ...Read Review
By Nicky Penttila -
The social turmoil in Manchester leading to the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 is the unusual setting for Penttila’s quietly stunning, memorable debut novel. ...Read Review
By Sally MacKenzie -
For eight long years, his entire married life, Kit, the Marquis of Ashton, has lived apart from his wife, Jess. But the duties ...Read Review
By Vanessa Kelly -
Griffin Steele, the illegitimate and unacknowledged son of a royal duke, has created for himself a life of comfort and wealth. His one ...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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