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By Cheryl Sawyer -
In 1652 a wounded man wakes up under a tree with weapons and a horse nearby. He is consumed by the need to avenge ...Read Review
By M J Logue -
Red Horse is a novel of the English Civil War that approaches the conflict from the Parliamentarian point of view through the eyes ...Read Review
By Michael Arnold -
It may be that I am becoming addicted, but I think Arnold’s Stryker series gets better with each book. This is the 6...Read Review
By Jemahl Evans -
These are the fictional memoirs of one Sir Blandford Candy, writing at the grand old age of 95 in 1719 – indeed probably the final Roundhead ...Read Review
By Clare Hawkins -
Lament for a Siege Town is concerned with the siege of Colchester of 1648 by Parliamentarian forces while a Royalist army is trapped within ...Read Review
The Winter Prince is the story of Prince Rupert of the Rhine, nephew to King Charles I and his finest battle commander during ...Read Review
By Alison Stuart -
This novel by Alison Stuart concerns the later part of the Parliamentary era of the English Civil War. It is based on events ...Read Review
By S.G. MacLean -
Oliver Cromwell’s London in 1654 is a place of distrust, censorship, spies and murder. Covert royalists plot to return the son of the ...Read Review
By Robert Hutchinson -
This is the truly astonishing story of one man and his many adventures. The 17th-century soldier and spy Colonel Thomas Blood is perhaps ...Read Review
By The Sword is the first part of a series about two families in the era of the English Civil War, just after ...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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