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By Morag McKendrick Pippin -
Cicely Winterbourne is working at Bletchley Park in 1942 when two men she works with seem to commit suicide. She has her doubts that ...Read Review
By Zoe Archer -
The widowed Lady Xavier is left a brewery and actually wants to run it—marking her as unconventional in 1883 London. Another duck out ...Read Review
By Dana George -
The opening pages of this novel start with the famous flood of 1889 sweeping away a couple of people, but that is just a ...Read Review
By Sharon Ihle -
Lucy Preston arrives in Emancipation, Wyoming, one fine day in 1896 expecting to meet up with her fiancé to begin their new life together. ...Read Review
By Rita Cleary -
The novel opens in 1804 as the Lewis and Clark expedition prepares to depart from Fort Mandan in the Dakotas. It is here that ...Read Review
By Pamela Clare -
Nicholas Kenleigh is a broken, guilt-ridden man. When he arrives at Bethie Stewart’s cabin with a serious injury, she is eight months ...Read Review
By Cindy Holby -
In 1864 West Virginia, Jacob Anderson, a Confederate soldier, wakes from a coma with amnesia. He quickly learns that a battered angel named Shannon ...Read Review
By Morag McKendrick Pippin -
The old fighter plane piloted by Elizabeth Mainwarring comes limping in to the parade ground in Calcutta, barely avoiding a crash landing. Elizabeth, ...Read Review
By Katie MacAlister -
Widower Harry, Marquis Rosse, seeks a marriage of convenience to provide a mother for his five uncontrollable children. He chooses “Plum,” Frederica Pelham, ...Read Review
By Max Brand -
Max Brand is one of this country’s most famous western writers, so that’s how this latest of his works is being ...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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