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By Alexander Fullerton -
In the third novel of a nine-volume naval series, we find the protagonist, Nick Everard, in a submarine. Nick has previously commanded a ...Read Review
By Leisha Kelly -
Kelly’s first book and its sequel (Julia’s Hope and Emma’s Gift) tell of the struggles of the Wortham family in ...Read Review
By Hayden Gabriel -
Published 2002Published 2003
Set in Cornwall in 1886 and 1986, Where the Light Remains weaves together the stories of two women, their marriages and their personal voyages. 1886: in ...Read Review
By Thomas Thorpe -
It is late summer 1833. Elizabeth Darmon and her family are enjoying visiting her sister’s home in Lower Canada when a series of ...Read Review
Volume Two in the Everard Naval Series, this book was first published in 1977, no doubt re-issued to capitalize on the current popularity of ...Read Review
By Paul Doherty -
In 1322 Venice, elderly adventurer Marco Polo lies on his deathbed, remembering that dangerous time when he served as principal magistrate of the city ...Read Review
By Wendy J. Dunn -
Sir Thomas Wyatt, 16th century poet and nobleman, narrates the tale of his mostly unrequited love for his cousin, Anne Boleyn – a love ...Read Review
By Gerald Lund -
The final installment of Lund’s trilogy, Behold the Man returns to the tumultuous times of the final days of Jesus Christ. Again, ...Read Review
By Pat Montague -
This novel of the war-ravaged People of the Deer takes place in western New York State and Ontario, mid 17th century. While exploring ...Read Review
By Nicholas Drayson -
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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