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By Elizabeth Redfern -
It is 1609, and Ned Warriner has covertly slipped back into London, following a two-year self-imposed exile for rescuing a Catholic friend falsely accused ...Read Review
By Megan Chance -
As the beautiful daughter of wealthy DeLancy Van Berckel, Lucy Carelton is a member of Caroline Astor’s Four Hundred Set of late ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
In the final years of the Civil War, the Chadwick family’s trek westward to Montana symbolizes their journey closer to God. After ...Read Review
By Michael Andre Bernstein -
“…lately I have been thinking about a child who is left in the care of indifferent strangers…or a shell-shocked soldier from a ...Read Review
By Bev Marshall -
Mississippi-born Bev Marshall has crafted a memorable and evocative tale revolving around three families. Set in the mid/late 20th century American South, ...Read Review
By J. Ardian Lee -
This is the fourth and final volume of the historical fantasy series that began with the novel Son of the Sword (2001) and continued ...Read Review
By Juilene Osborne-McKnight -
Osborne-McKnight is an extremely talented storyteller, an accomplished folklorist, and a teacher of Celtic folklore and history. All of these considerable talents are ...Read Review
By J.E. Fender -
According to his website, Fender set out to create a fictional American naval hero to rival British captains Hornblower and Aubrey. In this ...Read Review
By Bernard Cornwell -
Richard Sharpe and the venerated, dutiful Pat Harper return in a finely honed and sometimes satirical fashion in Cornwell’s twentieth Sharpe novel. ...Read Review
By Kelley Pounds -
When an exiled Apache Mixed Blood’s quest for revenge crashes into a novice nun’s journey towards her past, a good, galloping ...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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