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By Georgette Heyer -
Published 1993Published 2004
Originally published as The Transformation of Philip Jettan, this early work by the admired Georgette Heyer contains the language and idiom of ...Read Review
By Liz Curtis Higgs -
Higgs’ romantic saga, based on the Leah-Rachel-Jacob biblical triangle, continues in this sequel to Thorn In My Heart. It is 1789 in Galloway, Scotland, ...Read Review
By Jan Needle -
Instead of finding himself before a court-martial for smuggling, Midshipman William Bentley is promoted to lieutenant and assigned to the Biter. Although Captain ...Read Review
By Julia Ross -
Robert Sinclair Dovenby is London’s favorite rogue. His reputation with the ladies is well known. When his current paramour finds two women, ...Read Review
By Janet Warner -
I must admit to having been completely ignorant about Catherine Boucher Blake, William Blake’s wife, until I read this book. I’m ...Read Review
By Julia London -
Highlander Unbound is the first novel in the romance trilogy of the Scottish Lockhart family. For centuries the family has been looking for ...Read Review
By Laura Mills-Alcott -
The author was inspired to write this historical romance, set in 1827 Ireland, after hearing Dolly Parton’s rendition of the old ballad “Barbara ...Read Review
By J. Ardian Lee -
This is the fourth and final volume of the historical fantasy series that began with the novel Son of the Sword (2001) and continued ...Read Review
By Stephanie Cowell -
In 1842 Salzburg, Sophie Weber reflects on her family’s friendship with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. They first meet in Mannheim in 1777, where he falls ...Read Review
By Shannon Donnelly -
In this romance set in England in the mid 1700s, Sylvain Harwood, nearly 20, considers herself the family disappointment due to her tomboy ways. ...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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