HNR Issue 83 (February 2018)

The Macedonian

By Nicholas Guild - Published 2017


Biographical Fiction

In the north of Greece in the ancient kingdom of Macedon, a boy is born to a mother who despises him and a ...Read Review

The Warrior Princess

By K. M. Ashman - Published 2017



The Warrior Princess opens in December 1135, when Wales is relatively calm under the rule of the conquering Normans. Pockets of Welsh resistance do ...Read Review

The Three Musketeers

By Alexandre Dumas - By Lawrence Ellsworth (trans.) - Published 2018



Lawrence Ellsworth provides a vibrant, modern-day English translation of the classic high adventure, The Three Musketeers, first released by Alexandre Dumas in serial ...Read Review

Into the World

By Stephanie Parkyn - Published 2017



It is 1791, and the ships of the La Perouse expedition have gone missing somewhere in the Great Southern Ocean. Admiral Bruni d’Entrecasteaux ...Read Review

A Hope Divided

By Alyssa Cole - Published 2017



Not everyone south of the Mason-Dixon line supports the Southern cause during the Civil War. Marlie Lynch of central North Carolina, the free-born ...Read Review

Beyond Scandal and Desire

By Lorraine Heath - Published 2018



Mick Trewlove, a wealthy, successful builder, has risen literally from the ash bins of 1871 London. He now has one goal in his sites: ...Read Review

Rawhide Robinson Rides a Dromedary

By Rod Miller - Published 2018



Seasoned cowhand Rawhide Robinson is the quintessential American cowboy if ever there was one. And he would be the first to tell you ...Read Review

The Island: A Grand and Batchelor Victorian Mystery

By M.J. Trow - Published 2017



The post-Civil War adventures continue for London-based enquiry agents Matthew Grand and James Batchelor. It’s 1873, and Matthew’s sister Martha is marrying ...Read Review

Watch over Me

By Eileen Charbonneau - Published 2017


It’s the summer of 1942 in New York City. Kitty is a war widow, a handsome woman from an ethnic neighborhood who works ...Read Review

The Shipbuilder’s Daughter

By Emma Fraser - Published 2017


Living in Glasgow in the late 1920s, Margaret Bannatyne, the only surviving child, is limited in the opportunities available for her to follow ...Read Review

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