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By Guy Johnson -
Published 1998Published 2001
This is probably the most violent book I have read, but I continued in the knowledge that I was experiencing a part of ...Read Review
By Gillian Linscott -
This well written mystery series continues with another strong entry. It is 1914, with the suffragettes still fighting for the right to vote, WWI ...Read Review
By Malcolm MacDonald -
At the heart of this entertaining upstairs-downstairs tale is an effervescent, energetic working-class heroine who accepts her place in the world but is ...Read Review
By Bruce Farcau -
This enthralling story revolves around Empress Charlotte, the lethally sharp-witted widow of Archduke Maximilian, the (very) short-lived Emperor of Mexico. Set during World ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Peters -
In this, the thirteenth Amelia Peabody mystery, the hale and hearty Peabodys find themselves deeply ensconced in yet another intrigue, this time in 1915 ...Read Review
By Michael Phillips -
Phillips’ latest work of inspirational fiction is an intriguing story of secrets, heartbreak, and guilt set on a lovely Devonshire estate. This fourth ...Read Review
By Joseph Roth - By Michael Hofmann - By Michael Hofmann (trans.) -
Published 1924Published 2000Published 2000-12-01
Andreas Pum is a war veteran. We meet the recovering amputee after the end of WWI. Rather than being depressed or agonized by ...Read Review
By Peter Unwin -
Robert Pachal is a farmer from Saskatchewan who agrees to accompany his late brother-in-law’s body back to Ontario, after the latter dies ...Read Review
By James Carlos Blake -
John Ashley’s gang was mostly a family affair, a notorious crew of moonshiners, bootleggers and natural-born outlaws, thriving in the Florida Everglades ...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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