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By Jennifer Ashley -
Kat Holloway, a well-respected cook in Victorian England, lands a job in the stuffy house of Lord and Lady Rankin. All too quickly, ...Read Review
By Mary Balogh -
“I am twenty-nine years old… and I would like someone to wed.” A blunt offer of marriage was not what Alexander Westcott, Earl ...Read Review
By Jessica Estevao -
It’s the turn of the 20th century, and the resort town of Old Orchard Beach, Maine, expects a busy season. Large crowds ...Read Review
By Joanna Bourne -
Though it had been years since Séverine de Cabrillac had been out of the spying game, her old instincts return when an ...Read Review
By Sherry Thomas -
This second installment in the enjoyable Lady Sherlock Series has the intrepid Charlotte Holmes meeting new cases with a fresh confidence after her ...Read Review
By Sonja Yoerg -
In Vermont in the late 1920s, Solange was a young woman who fell in love, married, and had a baby. Her husband was ...Read Review
By Juliana Gray -
Scotland, 1906. While renovating a castle in the Orkney Islands, the new owner discovers a strange suit, like a selkie hide, hidden in an ...Read Review
By Celeste Bradley -
In the latest in Bradley’s series on the highly eccentric Worthington family, Bliss Worthington plans a secret wedding to the Duke of ...Read Review
By James William Brown -
In a present-day remote Greek village, an American scholar seeks out an old woman who is the last living person gifted with the ...Read Review
By Amanda Quick -
Anna Harris finds her boss Helen Spencer bloodily dead. Following directions left by Spencer to “take the notebook… run for your life,” she ...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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