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By Derek W. Beck -
America’s Revolution began long before the Declaration was signed, when New England’s militiamen defied Great Britain on April 19, 1775, and harried its ...Read Review
By Radha Vatsal -
Kitty Weeks is a reporter in the Ladies’ Fashion section of The Sentinel newspaper. She really doesn’t have to work, as she ...Read Review
By Jane Ashford -
The first installment in Ashford’s new series (Duke’s Sons) is sure to please lovers of the Regency era. We are introduced ...Read Review
By Renee Collins -
In present-day Massachusetts, Cassandra is spending vacation time at a beach house with her family. She is bored and looking for an adventure. ...Read Review
By Ray Celestin -
The Axeman opens with a threat. New Orleans in the spring of 1919 was awash in rain, jazz, and murder when the Axeman, a ...Read Review
By Vanessa Lafaye -
The storm-tossed Florida Keys of 1935 is the setting for this impressive debut novel. Since he went off to fight in World War I, ...Read Review
By Susanna Kearsley -
Amateur code-breaker Sara Thomas is engaged to decipher a cryptic journal left behind by Mary Dundas more than three hundred years previously. Sara’...Read Review
By Greer Macallister -
“Those who tell their own story, you know, must be listened to with caution.” This quote from Jane Austen’s Sanditon is rightly ...Read Review
By Mary Wine -
Gentlewoman Nareen Grant has escaped marriage by becoming a servant to the spoiled, annoying Abigail, but it’s the only way she can ...Read Review
By Iris Anthony -
The Miracle Thief is set in France of the early 900s, a period of political turmoil, Viking invasion, and a decidedly Dark Age ...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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