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By Rob Currie -
In this debut novel for middle-grade students, Rob Currie has crafted the remarkable story of a young Dutch boy who finds his life ...Read Review
By Jen Geigle Johnson -
In 1817 London, Lady Elizabeth Davenport’s parents insist she marry the loathsome, rich Lord Pinweather. Impersonating her maid, Elizabeth calls herself Heidi and ...Read Review
By Sian Ann Bessey -
1784. Believing the Lamhurst Gang to be responsible for lawless smuggling in Kent and his father’s death, Jonas Ainsworth, Viscount Langton, decides to ...Read Review
By Jennifer Moore -
London, 1873. Undeterred by the obstacles, Lady Sophronia Bremerton determines to prove to her skeptical editor than she can be an investigative reporter, not ...Read Review
By Heidi Kimball -
Twenty-year-old Juliet Graham is waiting only for her majority to take control of her inheritance and the guardianship of her schoolboy brother, Harry. ...Read Review
By Joanna Barker -
In Regency England, Nora Hamilton has been abandoned by James Allen, the man she loves. Meanwhile, her father has arranged for her to ...Read Review
By Chalon Linton -
1818. Abigail Rutherford’s speech impediment leads many to assume she is stupid and to treat her with scorn. After her parents’ deaths, she ...Read Review
By Heidi Chiavaroli -
Liberty or Loyalty. This is the question faced by two women—Hayley Ashworth and Emma Malcolm—in Chiavaroli’s engaging multi-period romance. Emma ...Read Review
By A. L. Sowards -
In 1948 Evie Hampton and her father have survived WWII, although not without loss. Evie’s brother died in the Pacific, and her mother ...Read Review
By Tessa Afshar -
Afshar explores the lives of Aquila and Priscilla from the Bible, a married couple who were extremely influential in the early Christian movement. ...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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