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By Mary Balogh -
Another entry in the Bedwyn series, Slightly Wicked is the story of Rannulf and his lady love, Judith, who has been sent to ...Read Review
By Larry McMurtry -
Larry McMurtry’s Berrybenders continue to serve as the quintessential 19th century standard of a dysfunctional family. First introduced in Sin Killer, our ...Read Review
By V.A. Stuart -
The Indian Mutiny of 1857-1858 is a watershed event in the history of British India. A rebellion by regiments of the British-officered units ...Read Review
By Michael Cunningham -
The Hours is Michael Cunningham’s homage to Virginia Woolf and her novel, Mrs. Dalloway. Following three women through the hours of a ...Read Review
By Sharon Rolens -
Worthy is Worthy Giberson, and his town is Old Kane, Illinois. Spanning 1925 to 1950, Worthy’s town sees all manner of events, from Worthy ...Read Review
By Gavin Weightman -
The fascinating story of how ice became a commodity, one in great demand not only in warm climates such as Cuba, India, and ...Read Review
By Francine Rivers -
Somebody asked me recently why I enjoy inspirational fiction so much as I am not religious myself. Any writer who lives in a ...Read Review
By Simon Hawke -
There is a period of William Shakespeare’s life (1585-1592) called the Lost Years, in which nothing is known — where he was, what ...Read Review
By Sean Belanger -
Second in a series about the Indian struggles in 1873 Northern California, Belanger has once again penned a riveting tale. The review from Time ...Read Review
By Karyn Monk -
It is late summer, 1883, and Jack Kent is waiting for the wedding he is attending to begin. When boredom overtakes him, he decides ...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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