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By Robert Alexander -
On the night of July 16, 1918, Empress Aleksandra recorded in her journal that the Romanovs’ kitchen boy, Leonka Sednyov, was mysteriously sent away. In ...Read Review
By Olen Steinhauer -
Emil Brod is fresh from the academy when he is appointed homicide detective for the People’s Militia in an area liberated from ...Read Review
By Rosanne Bittner -
This second novel in Rosanne Bittner’s Westward America series (after Into the Wilderness) carries the reader back to the turbulent days of ...Read Review
By Jeffrey Marks -
Ulysses S. Grant as a detective? The greatest military commander of the American Civil War, and one of the worst presidents in American ...Read Review
By Elise Blackwell -
Elise Blackwell is first time lucky with the stunning debut of her novel, Hunger. A deeply moving tale of survival and betrayal set ...Read Review
By Karen Stolz -
Fanny and Sue are identical twins born just before the Great Depression in St. Louis. Although they look alike and often dress alike, ...Read Review
By C. Northcote Parkinson -
Parkinson’s Richard Delancey has been promoted to command H.M.S. Merlin in his fourth adventure of the series. Delancey serves in 1799 ...Read Review
By Dee Marvine -
In 1886, an unmarried woman was not entirely welcome when her widowed father took a new wife, or so Lili Tornquist felt. When her ...Read Review
By James Carlos Blake -
These two Prohibition-era tough-guy crime thrillers (this one and Under the Skin) are almost (but not quite) the continuation of the other, and ...Read Review
By Michael Walsh -
Owen “Owney” Madden, the prohibition-era gangster, is brought to life in this fictional memoir by acclaimed author and screenwriter Michael Walsh. Owen 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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