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By Charles Fleming -
After being involved in a killing in Las Vegas and winding up in Havana, Sloan is happy to bury himself in booze and ...Read Review
By Olen Steinhauer -
Thirty-six year old Ferenc Kolyeszar, an Inspector for the People’s Militia, is struggling with the apathy felt by many in the socialist ...Read Review
By John Maddox Roberts -
Decius Metullus is at it again. He is swiftly climbing the political ladder in Rome, thanks much to his family’s name and ...Read Review
By C.L. Grace -
The prolific Paul Doherty does it again – here as the author of the compelling Kathryn Swinbrooke series, featuring the marvelously clever Canterbury physician/...Read Review
By Conrad Allen -
The classy pleasures of first-class cruises on the luxurious liners of the pre-WWI era are at the heart of this delightful series. Each ...Read Review
By Peter Tremayne -
Published 2003Published 2004
This is the eleventh installment in the highly praised Sister Fidelma series created by prominent Celtic authority, Peter Tremayne a/k/a Peter ...Read Review
By Edward Marston -
Set in rollicking Elizabethan London, The Counterfeit Crank gets its title from its most intriguing character, a Welsh beggar with a talent for ...Read Review
By Joan Druett -
In August 1838, the US Exploring Expedition left Hampton, Virginia, to explore the South Seas. Lt. Charles Wilkes commanded six ships with a crew ...Read Review
By Shirley Tallman -
This is the first book in a new series set in 1880s San Francisco, featuring Sarah Woolson, one of the first women lawyers ...Read Review
By Gillian Linscott -
Published 2003Published 2004
What a delightful protagonist I have just met in Nell Bray! Suffragette, translator in early 20th century London, she is bright, resourceful, realistic, ...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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