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By Deborah Swift -
Céline and Fred are newlyweds building their life on the Channel Island of Jersey when WWII and the threat of German occupation ...Read Review
By Burt Solomon -
On September 3, 1902, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, President Teddy Roosevelt narrowly escapes death when his horse-drawn carriage is struck by an electric streetcar. Teddy’s ...Read Review
By Jen Turano - By Karen Witemeyer - By Regina Jennings - By Tracie Peterson -
This is an anthology of four Christian romance novellas, about young women who worked for America’s first restaurant chain, Harvey House, set ...Read Review
By Marilyn Oser -
Visiting her Aunt Faye in Paris in 1914, Eleanor Simons volunteers as a nurse and works mainly in the Military Hospital, Val de Grâ...Read Review
By Julia Navarro -
Madrid, 1942. After Franco seizes power, childhood friends Fernando, Eulogio, and Catalina inherit a Spain marked by hate, cruelty, and greed. Whether Republican or ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Morton -
This is a story of a Catholic Liverpool family in the 1950s, in particular the story of teenage girl Babby and her relationship ...Read Review
By Simon Michael -
A woman’s body, covered in plastic sheeting and tightly bound with ropes and coaxial cables, is caught on the edges of Tiffen’...Read Review
By Annette Lyon -
Finland, December 1939. She cooked all day, he never came that night. Stood up for the last time, Sini’s had enough of waiting ...Read Review
By Lillah Lawson -
OT and his identical twin Walt are teenage orphans under the care of their older sister in hardscrabble Georgia cotton-farming country early in ...Read Review
By Clare Flynn -
London, 1939. Twenty-seven-year-old spinster Evelyn is unhappy working as a live-in paid companion to an elderly lady. Evelyn is considering other opportunities when a ...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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