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By Alex Landragin -
Spanning one hundred and fifty years (from the Pacific in the 18th century to Paris in World War Two), seven lifetimes, and read ...Read Review
By Michelle Muriel -
Missouri, 2014: “I have to find what’s missing so I can move beyond those memories, find what they stole from me, what I ...Read Review
By Amanda Dykes -
Set in an iconic coastal Maine town, with a dual narrative of the 1940s and 2001, this story centers upon twin brothers: Roy, who ...Read Review
By Sid Balman Jr. -
Four generations of two families from a small Texas town interact across time, beginning in 1948 and continuing to the 2000s, as well as ...Read Review
By Jean-Baptiste Del Amo -
It takes all of a few paragraphs into Animalia to begin to suspect that the book might be a masterpiece. By the end ...Read Review
By Eoin McNamee -
In 2000 the skeletal remains of a young woman are found in a sandpit on an abandoned aerodrome in coastal County Down. The enigmatic ...Read Review
By Melanie Dobson -
1942, Amsterdam. Josie is a young student working with her brother to move money in support of the Dutch underground. Their childhood friend Eliese ...Read Review
By Andy Stone - By Linda Lafferty -
When an Italian priest finds a painting that he believes to be a lost painting by the infamous 16th/17th century painter, Michelangelo ...Read Review
By Melvyn Bragg -
In 12th-century Paris, a learned young woman named Heloise is tutored by the famed philosopher Abelard. The teacher and student soon become lovers, ...Read Review
By Eric T Reynolds -
Kayla Ramsey buys property in the Flint Hills town of Sycamore Falls, Kansas: an 1890 Victorian house and an 1870 farmhouse behind it. In the ...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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