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By Donna Douglas -
Set in West Yorkshire in 1926, the latest novel by Donna Douglas introduces us to District Nursing in a mining community in the village ...Read Review
By Christopher K. Doyle -
Baltimore, 1926. Eighteen-year-old A.D. is brilliant but homeless. But with the encouragement of Isaiah, the janitor of the Peabody Conservatory, A.D. rises ...Read Review
By Jessica Ellicott -
Edwina Davenport lives in the cozy English village of Walmsley Parva. With her comfortable living affected so bleakly by the aftermath of WWI, ...Read Review
By Carolyn Haines -
Raissa James can see the dead, and she has capitalized on this by opening a private investigation agency specializing in the occult. “Pluto’...Read Review
By German Niall Sellars (trans.) - By Volker Kutscher -
Berlin in May 1929. Detective Inspector Gereon Rath has been transferred from Cologne to work in the Vice Division of the Berlin Police, based ...Read Review
By Katherine Webb -
In the sweltering summer of 1922, the sleepy, idyllic village of Slaughterford in Wiltshire, is shaken by a brutal murder, and the son of ...Read Review
By Steven Savile -
This is a strange novel, a fantasy set in the 1920s and the 1990s. The story involves two brothers who both love the ...Read Review
By SHERRY D. FICKLIN -
Massie Schultz is the daughter of Dutch Schultz, a notorious crime boss in 1920s New York City. Her beautiful voice and stunning good ...Read Review
By Lucy Strange -
A debut novel, this is a delightful tale of love and loss, family and friends, and mystery and magic. The story begins when ...Read Review
By Maia Chance -
Down-on-her luck widow Lola Woodby has been working to keep herself and her erstwhile cook turned business partner, Berta Lundgren, in gin and ...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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