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By N L Holmes -
1340 BCE. Tensions are high in Kemet under the sun king, Akhenaten, who has just named his brother Smenkhkare as co-regent. During a commission ...Read Review
By Tasha Madison -
In 2012, an investigation led by Dr. Zahi Hawass, former Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, discovered that the mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Ramesses III (r. 1187/6...Read Review
By Nicole Sallak Anderson -
205 BCE. Prince Ankhmakis is the second son of the last native Egyptian king. Natasa is training to be the High Priestess of Isis. ...Read Review
By Ben Gartner -
During a hike in the Colorado mountains, John and Sarah find a cave with a strange marking carved inside. When Sarah traces its ...Read Review
By Greta Gilbert -
Ancient Egypt: Pharaoh Tausret has died, and her adoring lady-in-waiting and confidant, Aya, has been entombed with her – in violation of all laws – ...Read Review
By Aidan K. Morrissey -
One of the treasures of the Egyptian Museum in Turin is the contents of the tomb of Kha, architect and overseer to Amenhotep ...Read Review
By Dana Stabenow -
Alexandria, 47 BC. Cleopatra jointly rules Egypt with her brother, Ptolemy, at the behest of her lover, Julius Caesar. Her reign is beset by ...Read Review
By J. Lynn Else -
In this prequel to The Forgotten: Aten’s Last Queen, Else focuses on Merytaten, daughter of the Heretic Pharaoh. Merytaten narrates a tale ...Read Review
By Justin Newland -
A flood is coming, one capable of wiping out all life on earth. However, when Akasha and Horque lock eyes for the first ...Read Review
By ANGELA HUNT -
Chava and Urbi are best friends, despite the fact that Urbi is a royal princess with the world at her fingertips, whereas Chava ...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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