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By Regina Jennings -
When Louisa Bell arrives at Fort Reno, Oklahoma in 1885, she’s got to tread carefully. An unemployed dance hall singer with a ne’...Read Review
By Julie Klassen -
Klassen’s sweet, Regency-set historical takes up where Tales From Ivy Hill left off, returning to the quaint Wiltshire village of Ivy Hill ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Camden -
New York City, 1903, is an exciting time with advancements in technology, and Lucy Drake is no stranger to the marvels of the new ...Read Review
By Jaime Jo Wright -
The House on Foster Hill is an edge-of-your-seat multi-period mystery that brims with suspense, romance, and inspiration. A century ago, Ivy, the daughter ...Read Review
By Jen Turano -
In New York City in 1883, sensible but orphaned Gertrude Cadwalader and fashion-blind shipping magnate Harrison Sinclair already like each other, but love can ...Read Review
By Lynn Austin -
Sisters Rebecca and Flora Hawes are marvelously atypical Victorian women in 1890s Chicago. They have grown up independent and thirsty for adventure, much ...Read Review
By Sarah Loudin Thomas -
Traumatized by a mining accident that put him in the hospital and killed his brother, Judd Markley abandons the hills of West Virginia ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
Amos Bledsoe is an atypical Western hero, more likely to ride to the rescue on a bicycle than a white horse, but it’...Read Review
By Judith Miller -
Hope Irvine joins her preacher father on a railroad chapel car, which brings church services to remote towns like Finch, West Virginia in 1913. ...Read Review
By Roseanna M. White -
It’s 1914 in England. Rosemary Gresham is a top-caliber thief who can disguise her low birth and lack of education and mingle with ...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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