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By Jennifer Delamere -
Set in 1881, this third volume of the London Beginnings series focuses on Cara Bernay, aspiring artist and disgraced governess. Dismissed for accidentally endangering ...Read Review
By Roseanna M. White -
In the shadowy world of Room 40, England’s brightest minds work tirelessly to crack German intelligence that could give a strategic edge during ...Read Review
By Amanda Dykes -
Set in an iconic coastal Maine town, with a dual narrative of the 1940s and 2001, this story centers upon twin brothers: Roy, who ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
Sitting down with a Witemeyer romance is like sitting down with an old friend over a cup of tea. You know exactly what ...Read Review
By Lisa T. Bergren -
It’s 1775, and talk of revolution is quietly spreading through the streets of New York. When Verity Banning arrives to gather supplies for ...Read Review
By Jody Hedlund -
1862 London: young Mercy, a resident of the slums, rushes into a dispensary carrying a baby. Since the regular doctor is away, she is ...Read Review
By Jaime Jo Wright -
It’s 1908 when Thea Reed arrives in Pleasant Valley, Wisconsin. She’s searching for the mother who left her on the steps of ...Read Review
By Jocelyn Green -
Catherine Stands-Apart, the half-Mohawk daughter of a selfish, drunken French trapper, must navigate between empires vying for control of North America in the ...Read Review
By Regina Jennings -
December 1885. Hattie Walker is the lone survivor when outlaws attack her stagecoach. Unaware that the Arapaho who rescue her are friendly, she is ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
When Eloise Drake was a little girl, she would gaze out of her bedroom window down the hill at the folks living in ...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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