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By Anya Seton -
Published 2006Published 2007
Having thoroughly enjoyed Anya Seton’s Katherine, I was excited to delve into this reissue of her 1965 classic novel Avalon. I was not ...Read Review
By Juliet Marillier -
Bridei is a young nobleman fostered at the home of Broichan, one of the most powerful druids in the land. His earliest memories ...Read Review
By Tricia Goyer -
Libby Conners, a civilian pilot, and Dan Lukens, a hot shot U.S. Army Air Corps pilot, fall in love in 1941, in the ...Read Review
By Katherine Towler -
The second installment of the Snow Island trilogy continues the story of the inhabitants of this isolated island off the New England coast. ...Read Review
By Pearl Wolf -
Song of Miriam is the tale of a young and beautiful Jewess destined to take her place among royal society in Russia. Set ...Read Review
By Catherine Texier -
Imagine if, years after having established a family, a long lost lover magically reappears in your life. What if your domestic life is ...Read Review
By Patricia O’Brien -
In 1858, newly orphaned Susan Grey arrives in tranquil, insulated Concord, Massachusetts, to live with the family of her cousin, Louisa May Alcott. ...Read Review
By Audrey Blankenhagen -
The Curse of Kali is a story of passion and intrigue set in mid-nineteenth century India. In 1854, Dr. Helen Forsyth marries her childhood ...Read Review
By Colleen McCullough -
Published 2003Published 2004
The author returns to Australia with a romantic family saga encompassing the events of the late nineteenth century. Alexander Kinross fled his family’...Read Review
By Hayden Gabriel -
Published 2002Published 2003
Set in Cornwall in 1886 and 1986, Where the Light Remains weaves together the stories of two women, their marriages and their personal voyages. 1886: 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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