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By Stephanie Laurens -
The story begins in 1822 on the road from Poona to Bombay. Members of the Black Cobra, desperate to get a letter in Emily ...Read Review
By Sarah MacLean -
By 1822 Calpurnia Hartwell is, by all the standards of the ton, well and truly a spinster. A bit overweight and plain of face, ...Read Review
By Victoria Alexander -
When her husband’s unexpected murder frees Lady Olivia Rathbourne from a wretched union, she is eager to begin a new life. Forced ...Read Review
By Brandy Purdy -
Though many books have been written about Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard, relatively few have surfaced about the elusive figure who knew them ...Read Review
By Anna Campbell -
On a cold February night in 1821, Sir Gideon Trevithick finds an exhausted, ragged, dirty girl hiding in his horse’s stall at an ...Read Review
By Tracy Anne Warren -
Grace Danvers, the daughter of a wealthy businessman, is a bluestocking spinster, left on the shelf by society at the ripe old age ...Read Review
By Julia Quinn -
Regency London thrives on scandal and the latest on-dit, so when Olivia Bevelstoke is told that her new neighbor may have killed his ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
Readers of Stephanie Laurens will be pleased with The Untamed Bride, the first in a new quartet of books. In 1822 India, the ...Read Review
By Loretta Chase -
When yet another young woman surfaces claiming to be Lord Lexham’s daughter, abducted in Egypt twelve years earlier, powerful family friend Lucien ...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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