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By Mercedes Lackey -
This first fantasy novel of a Victorian trilogy features 25-year-old Maya Witherspoon, qualified doctor in her mother’s native India, but regarded with ...Read Review
By J.D. Landis -
J. D. Landis’ second book is the story of Robert Schumann, a 19th century German composer, and his wife, Clara Wieck, a world-renowned ...Read Review
By Richard S. Wheeler -
This novel opens at the tail end of the Rendezvous of 1832. Englishman Barnaby Skye has to make a choice. His job as a ...Read Review
By Brian Thompson -
The subject of this unusual biography was born Georgina Thomas, daughter of a delusional, cruel, and pretentious Briton who later assumed the genealogically ...Read Review
By Emily Brightwell -
This is the latest in the many-volume Victorian Mystery series, starring Mrs. Jeffries. Housekeeper to Inspector Witherspoon, her detective skills far outweigh his, ...Read Review
By Kathleen Cambor -
The Johnstown Flood of 1889 in Pennsylvania was one of the worst disasters in American history: over 2,200 people died, including 99 whole families. Kathleen Cambor ...Read Review
By Robin Paige -
In this sixth book by husband-and-wife writing team Robin Paige, detectives Sir Charles Sheridan and his wife, Kate Ardleigh, are plunged into 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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