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By Stefanie Pintoff -
After the untimely death of his fiancée in the General Slocum ferry disaster, Detective Simon Ziele has transferred away from the city ...Read Review
By Audrey Willsher -
At the end of the Second World War there were over a million German soldiers and airmen in Britain, more than served outside ...Read Review
By Stephanie Burgis -
Published 2010Published 2011
In 1803 England, mischievous twelve-year-old Kat must deal with her stern stepmother and disapproving elder sisters who constantly criticize her inquisitiveness and recklessness. Threatened ...Read Review
By Eileen Dreyer -
Readers first met Grace Fairchild, worthy friend and daughter of a general in the Napoleonic Wars, who stalwartly accompanied her father on campaign ...Read Review
By Clare B. Dunkle -
When Tabby comes to Seldom House as the new maid, she quickly realizes that things are not as they should be. Though the ...Read Review
By Julie Klassen -
Basing her book on several elements and characters of Austen novels and on Jane’s life itself, Klassen combines numerous characters, situations, and ...Read Review
By Lorraine Bateman - By Paul Cole -
This collaborative story, inspired by written reports, documents and diaries, reveals the impact and consequences for both real and imaginary characters in Belgium ...Read Review
By Kristin O'Donnell Tubb -
Thirteen-year-old Hope McDaniels is tired of playing vaudeville houses. Her magician father has been dragging her around the country since her mother’s ...Read Review
By Douglas W. Jacobson -
Poland’s dilemma has always been based on geography. Located between Germany and Russia, Poland and its people have time and again been ...Read Review
By Eva Petulengro -
Eva Petulengro was born into the last generation of Romanies who lived the travelling life in painted wooden caravans. She reveals in this ...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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