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By Eva Petulengro -
Eva Petulengro was born into the last generation of Romanies who lived the travelling life in painted wooden caravans. She reveals in this ...Read Review
By Kathleen O'Neal Gear - By W. Michael Gear -
The Dawn Country concerns the peoples of the Iroquois in the generation before the coming of their great peacemaker Deganawidah, when the several ...Read Review
By Robyn DeHart -
This historical romance, set in the 1880s, features two amateur archaeologists as protagonists. Graeme Langford, Duke of Rothmore, believes the Stone of Destiny ...Read Review
By Jack Ludlow -
In 1935, Mussolini’s “need to colonise” is directed at Abyssinia, where an ancient way of life faces an obliterating build-up of military might. ...Read Review
By Ciji Ware -
On April 18th, 1906, San Francisco residents awoke to waves of destruction when the earth’s Pacific plates shifted offshore. This April marks the 105...Read Review
By Giles Kristian -
Raven and his comrades in the Fellowship return in the final part of Giles Kristian’s Norse trilogy. In Odin’s Wolves, this ...Read Review
By Alanna Knight -
In 1861 Detective Constable Faro returns to his native Orkney, ostensibly to visit his mother but actually tasked to investigate the drowning of Dave ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Partridge -
Elizabeth Partridge’s Dogtag Summer tells the moving story of Tracy, or Tuyet, a Vietnamese-American girl adopted by a Vietnam veteran and his ...Read Review
By Amanda Hodgkinson -
In the aftermath of World War II, Polish native Silvana Nowak flees her homeland, devastated by war, on a ship destined for England. ...Read Review
By Margaret Powell -
Posthumously reprinted to coincide with the upsurge in interest in the Edwardian era due to the popularity of the television serials Downton Abbey ...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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