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By Liz Carlyle -
When Aubrey Montford shows up at Cardow Castle, late and with a son, to take up the position of housekeeper, she is almost ...Read Review
By Edited by Anne Perry -
Mr. Pickwick, Miss Havisham, Scrooge, and other familiar characters from the novels of Charles Dickens return to fictional life in this collection of ...Read Review
By Jerry Amernic -
In Gift of the Bambino, Jerry Amernic pens a misty paean to baseball, Babe Ruth, and the hopes and dreams of a young ...Read Review
By Joe Lansdale -
It begins as a tornado hits the home of Sunset Jones and her husband Pete, and it ends soon after a gigantic swarm ...Read Review
By Sara Douglass -
Reborn descendants of the Trojans return in this sequel to Douglass’ Hades Daughter (Issue 25), determined to hopefully control the labyrinth that is now ...Read Review
By Bodie & Brock Thoene -
The second in the Thoenes’ latest series, Second Touch returns to the days of Christ’s ministry and the religious and political turmoil ...Read Review
By Grace Tiffany -
“Will” Shakespeare finds his grand passion at an early age by falling madly in love with the beauty of words, which he reads ...Read Review
By Linda Lee Chaikin -
“…And what had suddenly annulled his concern over the betrayal of Lord Bancroft’s abandoned daughter? Power and money. They were Julien’s ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
The fourteenth installment in Perry’s William Monk series is, once again, set in Victorian London – full of filth and disease, scoundrels and ...Read Review
By Sanora Babb -
Set in the Dust Bowl 1930s, Whose Names Are Unknown gets its poignant title from a legal eviction notice of the farm families ...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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