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By Cynthia Harrod-Eagles -
This is book 3 of the Morland Dynasty series, in which Cynthia Harrod-Eagles traces 500 years of British history from the point of view of ...Read Review
By Deborah Swift -
The Civil War and its aftermath have finished and the King is back on his throne, but the memories of the awful conflict ...Read Review
By Liz Carlyle -
1856, Victorian England. Governess Grace Gautier is accused of murdering her fiancé, a man who offers her security and a home, who just happens ...Read Review
By Mike Kearby -
In 1864 Texas two young brothers are surprised by Comanches. William, the younger brother, is taken by the Indians and raised as a Comanche ...Read Review
By Sara Sheridan -
In London, 1842, actress Mary Penny has brought disgrace on her respectable family. Mary’s brother-in-law, botanist Robert Fortune, forces her to accompany him ...Read Review
By Andrea Busfield -
Growing up half-wild in a village outside Keryneia in northern Cyprus, Loukis Economidou cares more about his mother Dhespina and his childhood sweetheart ...Read Review
By Hilary Thayer Hamann -
Published 2003Published 2010
Literature is riddled with coming-of-age stories. The drama of adolescence lends itself to gripping narrative – first love, first heartbreak, self-discovery. One of the ...Read Review
By M.L. Malcolm -
Leo Hoffman, the central character in this fascinating and deftly written novel, set during the years between the two World Wars, is a ...Read Review
By Francine Rivers -
This generational saga continues after the bestseller, Her Mother’s Hope, with Carolyn now married but bitter after struggling with physical illness and ...Read Review
By Ann Weisgarber -
In 1917, in the isolated and drought-stricken Badlands of South Dakota, Isaac and Rachel DuPree are struggling to keep their family and their cattle ...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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