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By Anne Perry -
The fourteenth installment in Perry’s William Monk series is, once again, set in Victorian London – full of filth and disease, scoundrels and ...Read Review
By Anne Perry -
Readers of Perry’s Pitt series will be familiar with Aunt Vespasia, one of my favorite Perry characters. This novella takes place prior ...Read Review
By Andrew Gross - By James Patterson -
Looking for a fun romp through the Middle Ages? Then this book is for you. Looking for verisimilitude? You might want to pass. ...Read Review
By Tom Gilling -
Published 2002Published 2003
The title characters of Tom Gilling’s short novel are born on the same date in 1856 Sydney, Australia. Miles is the only son ...Read Review
This is the 23rd volume in the Thomas and Charlotte Pitt series, and I will say, from the beginning, that it is probably ...Read Review
By P. C. Doherty -
It is impossible for P.C Doherty to write a novel that isn’t excellent. The fourth of his ancient Egyptian mysteries has ...Read Review
By Megan Chance -
Salem Village, Massachusetts, during the horrific episode of the witch trials in 1692 is the setting for Chance’s new novel. Teenaged Charity Fowler ...Read Review
By Tracy Grant -
This gripping novel of suspense takes place in 1819. Colin Fraser, the six-year-old son of Charles and Melanie Frazer, is kidnapped from his home. ...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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