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By Cecelia Holland -
This fourth entry in the Corban Loosestrife saga takes us from frozen Viking trading posts to the outskirts of the Byzantine Empire. The ...Read Review
By Nancy Marie Brown -
Sometime in the late 10th century, a woman journeyed far into the West, beyond the known horizon. She settled for a few years ...Read Review
By Robert Low -
This is Robert Low’s first part of a Viking trilogy, and his first novel. Robert Low has been a writer and journalist ...Read Review
By Pauline Chandler -
This is the story of a young woman, Berengeria—a Viking queen who comes with her people to live on the coast of ...Read Review
By Diana Groe -
A fresh new voice in historical romance sets her pen to a star-crossed love story featuring a daughter of an Irish chieftain and ...Read Review
Maidensong is a romance novel that sweeps the reader across the Viking world. Rika, the adopted daughter of a skald (Viking poet), and ...Read Review
By Judson Roberts -
In this first book of the Strongbow Saga, fifteen-year-old Halfdan has been a slave in his father’s household until his Irish mother ...Read Review
By Leah R. Cutter -
Having escaped arrow-shooting skraelings and “the damn monks from Eire,” a boatload of Iselanders (Vikings) blows ashore among the Itza (Maya), in a ...Read Review
By Josie Litton -
Dragon Hakonson, one of the most feared Vikings to come of out the Northlands, has made his peace with Saxon England’s King ...Read Review
These two engaging historical romances (the first two in a trilogy) take place in the late 9th century, and involve efforts by Norse ...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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