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By Leonard Goldberg -
This captivating mystery novel set in London in 1910 tells the story of Joanna Blalock, the daughter of Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler, who ...Read Review
By Andrew Gross -
Andrew Gross has written a thrilling spy adventure story based on the true events of the most daring sabotage mission of WWII carried ...Read Review
By Ashley Weaver -
British socialite Amory Ames and her debonair husband, Milo, are urged by a trusted old friend to investigate the mysterious death of a ...Read Review
By Catriona McPherson -
Published 2015Published 2016
1930: Dandy Gilver and her sidekick, Alec Osborne, take on a daunting task. Several barrels of a prestigious herring processor’s product have been ...Read Review
By William Christie -
It is 1936 in Soviet Azerbaijan when we meet Alexsi, a 16-year-old orphan who has managed to survive on his own because he can ...Read Review
By Charles Finch -
This, the tenth installment of the Charles Lenox series, finds the Victorian detective trying to solve the mystery of Gerald Leigh, an old ...Read Review
By Carola Dunn -
Fourth in her Cornish mystery series, Buried in the Country takes place in the loosely delineated 1960s-70s—the modern world, but one ...Read Review
By Phillip Depoy -
I’ve often found that when I inadvertently pick up a book that is later in a series, I have a difficult time ...Read Review
By Tessa Arlen -
Building on the success of the two previous installments of the Lady Montfort mystery series, Arlen reintroduces us to the elegant Lady Montfort ...Read Review
By Frances Brody -
Published 2015Published 2017
This, the seventh in Brody’s Kate Shackleton series, offers classic, English-countryside, cozy-mystery enjoyment. Kate, WWI widow and enquiry agent, aims for a ...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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