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By Paula Brackston -
Xanthe Westlake is an antique dealer with a unique gift. Sometimes, when the young woman cups an object in her hands, it “sings” ...Read Review
By Wendy Webb -
Wendy Webb’s newest Gothic novel is partly a paranormal time-slip with occasional ghosts and spooky happenings. It’s also a multi-period saga ...Read Review
By Julie McElwain -
FBI agent Kendra Donovan has somehow slipped back in time to Regency England. This, the third in the series of ‘In Time’ mysteries, ...Read Review
By Julia Ibbotson -
“She heard the chime of the church clock in the village. Midnight. The hour of witches and ghosts. The hour of magic.” Thus ...Read Review
By Janet B. Taylor -
In this sequel to her acclaimed Into the Dim, Janet B. Taylor brings the cast of delightfully human and completely accessible characters to ...Read Review
By Jennifer Macaire -
These two books are sequels to The Road to Alexander, reviewed in the November 2017 issue of Historical Novels Review. The three books can ...Read Review
By Petie McCarty -
In this entertaining Regency timeslip romance, the present-day Duke of Reston, Jared Langley, tumbles back to 1816 and into the life of his reckless ...Read Review
By Jane Odiwe -
Searching for Mr. Tilney is a compelling combination of a retelling of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey and a time travel novel. In 1975, ...Read Review
By Griselda Gifford -
Set in the Highlands of Scotland in 2017, with a time-slip to 1745, an era of red coats and Jacobites, this charming novel reveals the ...Read Review
By Judith Rypma -
Julie’s summer plans have been completely upended. She needs to travel to Michigan and sort through the contents of her great-grandmother Olga’...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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