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By K. M. Ashman -
This is the second installment of the Blood of Kings series by Ashman. I also read and reviewed the first book of the ...Read Review
By T. K. Roxborogh -
One rebellion is over, and Fleance, the son of Banquo, is king in 11th-century Scotland. He mourns the death of the former king ...Read Review
By K. M. Ashman -
Set during the reign of William the Conqueror, A Land Divided details the unrest in Wales and the Welsh Marches. English lords behind ...Read Review
By David Black -
A promising new series debuts with David Black’s first Harry Gilmour novel. It’s the beginning of World War II, and young ...Read Review
By James Thayer -
In 1912 in Chongqing China, five-year-old John Wade and two-year-old William, sons of the American consul, are kidnapped. They are taken by a eunuch, ...Read Review
By C.S. Quinn -
This story takes place in London of 1666, where city blocks and non-believers were burned in cleansing fire. The streets are dangerous for the ‘...Read Review
By Karen Charlton -
It’s England in 1809, a time of two-wheel shays, smoky taverns, highwaymen, and the Bow Street Runners, two of whose adherents star in ...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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