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By Nick Tosches -
This novel defies labels or even description. Nick Tosches is a streetwise tough guy and a self-taught medievalist. Nick Tosches is the author ...Read Review
By John G. Neihardt -
A Cycle of the West is a unique publication. It is an epic poem; a saga of early America; and an action-packed western. ...Read Review
By Isolde Martyn -
The year is 1322 and the rebel Lancastrian forces have just been defeated at the battle of Boroughbridge. One of those men, Geraint, has ...Read Review
By Mark Slouka -
Chang and Eng were the original Siamese twins. Born conjoined in Siam in 1811, they went on to become a household word. God’s ...Read Review
By Jen Holling -
Caroline Graham is a tall woman, very pious and not very attractive, hence her nickname “the pious Graham mare.” Her brother has decided ...Read Review
By Morgan Llewelyn -
Brian of Boruma was the son of one chieftain and the brother of another, but he was perhaps greater than them both. The ...Read Review
By David Huddle -
Suzanne Nelson is an art historian at a small university in Vermont. She is an emotionally detached woman who is hard to like; ...Read Review
By Garrison Keillor -
Gary is a fourteen-year-old boy living in Lake Wobegon, Minnesota in 1956. His family is a member of the strict Sanctified Brethren, who make ...Read Review
By Arturo Pérez-Reverte -
The Nautical Chart is a modern tale of mystery and suspense. Coy is a Spaniard, a career seaman who finds himself beached by ...Read Review
By Irene Radford -
The members of the Kirkwood family are descended from the legendary Merlin, with powers just as legendary and just as frightening. But when ...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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