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By Per Olov Enquist - By Tiina Nunnally (trans.) -
Published 2001Published 2013
In 1768 a magnetic, handsome German physician named Struensee became royal physician to King Christian VII of Denmark. Struensee was a man of the ...Read Review
By John D. Nesbitt -
Nesbitt’s laconic 1890s Western opens when a stranger rides into the small town of Winsome, Wyoming. Dunbar has a lot of curiosity ...Read Review
By Sarah Zettel -
Golden Girl is the second book in the American Fairy Trilogy. It continues the story of Carrie, a teenaged half-fae girl whose status ...Read Review
By Kerry Greenwood -
Kerry Greenwood is known for Jazz Age mysteries, but Out of the Black Land is a different animal. Eighteenth dynasty Egypt is portrayed ...Read Review
By Sandra Byrd -
Elizabeth I is on the throne, and we see her from the point of view of young Elin von Snakenborg, who visited England ...Read Review
By Edward Rutherfurd -
Rutherfurd, an author known for his multigenerational epics set in some of the world’s most storied locales, tackles the City of Light ...Read Review
By Katherine Keenum -
Keenum’s ambitious first novel opens in 1878, when Jeanette Palmer, an aspiring artist, convinces her parents to send her to Paris to study. ...Read Review
By Joy Chambers -
A few years after WWII, Shelly and her husband Cole have settled on a farm southwest of Sydney. Knowing little about what her ...Read Review
By Linda Jacobs -
Lovely young Francesca di Paioli has come a long way from New York to Wyoming to work as a chef at a Jackson ...Read Review
By Murray Pura -
From 1916 to 1923, the Danforth family of Ashton Park, a stately manor in Lancashire, confronts war and class prejudices. The youngest daughter loves 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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