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By Liz Freeland -
Murder in Greenwich Village is the first book in a new mystery series featuring Louise Faulk as the first woman to eventually become ...Read Review
By Jason Overstreet -
American Foreign Service worker and former FBI agent Prescott Sweet finds the enticement of working in Stalin’s Soviet Union during the mid-1930...Read Review
By Amanda Skenandore -
Amanda Skenandore has hit pay dirt with her debut novel, Between Earth and Sky. At its heart, this luminous book tells a Romeo ...Read Review
By Tessa Harris -
1888. The Ripper is still out there, beyond the fog. The women of London are fearful and wary of being alone on the streets, ...Read Review
By V. S. Alexander -
Germany, 1943. When fiery destruction is predicted for Berlin, 25-year-old Magda Ritter is sent to live with relatives in Berchtesgaden. Unable to find work, ...Read Review
By Sarah Barthel -
Two young women run away from Richmond to break into the New York theater—an old story, except that this is 1914, and Suzanne ...Read Review
By Donna Everhart -
The Road to Bittersweet is an adventure story and coming-of-age story wrapped into one satisfying package. In 1940, Wallis Ann Stamper and her family ...Read Review
By Alyssa Cole -
Not everyone south of the Mason-Dixon line supports the Southern cause during the Civil War. Marlie Lynch of central North Carolina, the free-born ...Read Review
By Rosemary Simpson -
It’s 1888 in New York City, and young working-class girls are being butchered in a hideous manner reminiscent of London’s Jack the ...Read Review
By Susan Holloway Scott -
In 1777, Elizabeth Schuyler met the one man who’d change her life, and the fledgling nation as well. At the home of her ...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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