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By Paula Paul -
Set in the English seaside village of Newton-upon-Sea, Paula Paul’s third offering in the Dr. Alexandra Gladstone mystery series is a lovely ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
Readers of Perry’s Pitt series will be familiar with Aunt Vespasia, one of my favorite Perry characters. This novella takes place prior ...Read Review
By Audrey Blankenhagen -
The Curse of Kali is a story of passion and intrigue set in mid-nineteenth century India. In 1854, Dr. Helen Forsyth marries her childhood ...Read Review
By Howard Engel -
With this book, Arthur Conan Doyle joins the ranks of authors as detectives, but unlike Jane Austen et al., Conan Doyle seems more ...Read Review
By Madeline Hunter -
Set in England against the background of the 1831 Reform Act troubles during the reign of William IV, Madeline Hunter’s latest entry in ...Read Review
In the 1830s, Dante Duclairc is about to flee England to escape his creditors when he collides with a childhood friend, Fleur Monley, ...Read Review
By Michelle Black -
The booming mining town of Leadville, Colorado, in 1880 is the setting for Black’s latest mystery of the Victorian west, yet for a ...Read Review
By Linda L. Chaikin -
With a rich plot linking family and diamond mining in South Africa, this novel will intrigue both adults and young adults. Evy Varley, ...Read Review
By Diane Noble - By Kathleen Fuller - By Pamela Griffin -
In this collection of Christmas stories set in late Victorian times, the first centers around a doctor, Olivia Endicott-Jones, who runs the Trinity ...Read Review
By Robin Paige -
This is the latest Robin Paige Victorian mystery, with Lord Charles Sheridan and his wife Kate solving the crime. A murder takes place ...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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