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By Robert Conroy -
Robert Conroy turns history on its head by asking what would have happened if Japan had not surrendered after the atomic bombings of ...Read Review
By Monica McCarty -
From childhood, Isabel MacDonald has longed for the approval of her brothers and father. A deadly feud against the MacLeod clan named “the ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
This is the fifth and final volume in Anne Perry’s series of World War I mysteries about the Reavley siblings: British army ...Read Review
By Alison Weir -
Published 2006Published 2007
This riveting, richly descriptive novel chronicles the life of Lady Jane Grey. For those unfamiliar with British royal history, fifteen-year-old Lady Jane was ...Read Review
By David Smethurst -
Problems in the Middle East are not new to the U.S. Tripoli: The United States’ First War on Terror chronicles the first ...Read Review
By Jeff Shaara -
After an introduction, which whisks the reader through the events leading up World War II and into the early years of the war, ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
In December 1890, Clarice Corde accompanies her husband to the village of Cottisham, where he is to stand in while the resident vicar takes ...Read Review
By Sandra Scoppettone -
It is July, 1943, and New York City is too darn hot. It isn’t enough that the temperature is rising; professionally, things are ...Read Review
By James Alexander Thom -
Veteran historical novelist Thom (Sign Talker, Follow the River) leads readers through the conflicted mid- 19th century war with Mexico, as seen through ...Read Review
By Sonny Brewer -
The novel is set in Fairhope, Alabama, a small Gulf Coast town during the early years of World War II as Rove ...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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