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By Camille Di Maio -
In this satisfying romantic mystery, three strangers with radically different goals find commonality in a small town at the southern tip of Texas. ...Read Review
By Jodi Daynard -
Johnny Watkins and his mother arrive in America from Barbados. While they set their hopes high, there is a constant shadow casting fear ...Read Review
By Nancy Brandon -
In South Georgia during the Great Depression, a young woman with a troubled life steps off the train in Vidalia. Making a new ...Read Review
By Mark T. Sullivan -
In 1943, 17-year-old Pino Lella strolls along the streets of Milan, Italy. Outside a bakery, he meets the beautiful Anna. He pesters her for ...Read Review
By Janet MacLeod Trotter -
This third book in the India Tea Series explores the life of Adela Robson, daughter to Clarrie and Wesley (from Book 1). While reading ...Read Review
By Amalia Carosella -
This dual-timeline novel follows the stories of two women: Freydis, daughter of Erik the Red in early 11th-century Iceland; and Emma Moretti, modern ...Read Review
By Kelly Durham -
In 1938 Berlin, Irish-American Maggie O’Shea falls in love with a German soldier, and into a job at an English-language radio station. As ...Read Review
By Jane Healey -
The Saturday Evening Girls Club, a real organization in Boston’s North End in the early 1900s, was set up by progressive reformers ...Read Review
By James D. Shipman -
In 1939 in a cemetery in Snohomish, Washington, Jonathan Beecher stands mournfully at the burial of his wife, who has died of cancer at 38. ...Read Review
By Megan Chance -
In 1874, two American sisters, Adelaide and Louisa Wentworth, together with Adelaide’s lover, the atheist poet Julian Estes, flee from scandal and arrive ...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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