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By Jo Schaffel - By Sara Webley -
Violet, Marion, and Helen, a trio of young women from Denver, are doing the Grand Tour of Europe in 1907, accompanied by their chaperone, ...Read Review
By Ferida Wolff -
Rachel Berger is tired of having her little sister tagging along, getting in the way when Rachel wants to be with her friends. ...Read Review
By Nancy E. Turner -
In the summer of 1907, Mary Pearl Prine is a teenager living in the Arizona Territory. She is the youngest girl in a close ...Read Review
By Tea Cooper -
Australian historical fiction writer, Tea Cooper, has produced another historical fiction novel, hot on the heels of: The Naturalist’s Daughter and The ...Read Review
By Marie Benedict -
Spanning the years from 1908 to 1945, this novel describes the demanding role of Lady Clementine Churchill, the wife of Winston Churchill. Not only does ...Read Review
By Nancy Bilyeau -
Diverse locales of old New York are the setting for Bilyeau’s atmospheric novella, which takes place in 1912, in the days leading up ...Read Review
By Tasha Alexander -
1902: Lady Emily and her husband, the dashing Colin, visit Pompeii as guests of Emily’s old friend Ivy. While touring the ruins and ...Read Review
By Nancy Bilyeau -
Heiress Peggy Batternberg is forced by her rich and powerful family to spend the summer on Coney Island. This may not sound like ...Read Review
By Serena Burdick -
Luella and Effie Tildon are wealthy young women growing up in the Inwood section of Manhattan in the 1910s. They have everything wealth ...Read Review
By Janet MacLeod Trotter -
This first book in the Raj Hotel series tells of four friends from Scotland, Esmie, Lydia, Tom, and Harold, who move to India ...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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