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By Penny Vincenzi -
Published 2006Published 2012
Praeger & Son banking company in New York City had been successful for many decades thanks to Frederick Praeger III, who brought the ...Read Review
By Gary Inbinder -
Frankenstein’s creature is given a new voice and a fresh start in this continuation of Mary Shelley’s classic. Journeying from the ...Read Review
By Laura L. Sullivan -
Three young women from different walks of life find themselves in the high position of serving the wife of the Merry Monarch, King ...Read Review
By Jean Plaidy -
Published 2006Published 2012
The first volume of Jean Plaidy’s Catherine de Medici trilogy, this story begins with her unfortunate childhood as an orphan and pawn ...Read Review
By Sherry Jones -
The four beautiful sisters of Provence grew up in a household where daughters were educated like sons and expected to put loyalty to ...Read Review
By Cindi Myers -
Jesse James – notorious outlaw to some, hero of the Southern cause to others – is brought brilliantly to life in this novelization of his ...Read Review
By Janet Mullany -
Beautiful, sophisticated Sophie Marsden, the ton’s infamous Mrs. Wallace, has an ignominious fall from grace when she is abandoned by her lover ...Read Review
By Carolyn Meyer -
Biographical FictionChildren/Young AdultWestern
Nine-year-old Cynthia Ann Parker’s family had been settled in Texas for two years when their home was raided by Comanche Indians. She ...Read Review
By Moacyr Scliar -
During the early 19th century, a Jewish family escapes the brutality of the Russian Cossacks by immigrating to a small farming community in ...Read Review
By Patrice Sarath -
Among the plethora of Jane Austen continuation novels, this story is distinct in that its central character is the least inspiring Bennet sister, ...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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