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By Liz Carlyle -
When Aubrey Montford shows up at Cardow Castle, late and with a son, to take up the position of housekeeper, she is almost ...Read Review
By Christina Dodd -
As revolution sweeps Europe, the principality of Beaumontage falls. The king is killed; the Dowager Queen sends his daughters, three princesses, into exile ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
Michael Anstruther-Wetherby, Devil Cynster’s brother-in-law, Member of Parliament, bachelor, has been tapped for a cabinet position providing he marries before Parliament opens ...Read Review
By Marek Halter -
The Book of Abraham begins with the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD as Abraham the Temple scribe and his family ...Read Review
By Madeline Hunter -
In the 1830s, Dante Duclairc is about to flee England to escape his creditors when he collides with a childhood friend, Fleur Monley, ...Read Review
By Juliet Landon -
Two betrothals and a marriage, each lasting only three months before death claimed the men involved, has convinced Lady Eloise that she is ...Read Review
By Ron Carter -
Volume 7 in the “Prelude to Glory” series follows the family of John Phelps Dunson, interwoven with documented commentary on the American Revolution. It ...Read Review
Daniel St. John is “the seducer,” a French shipping merchant doing business in England. Because of his wealth, Daniel is accepted on a ...Read Review
By Jacqueline Winspear -
Circumstances force Maisie Dobbs, the daughter of a widowed costermonger, into service at the age of thirteen. She is fortunate that her employer, ...Read Review
By Tricia McGill -
An Australian businessman named Andrew and his personal assistant Liz, an expert on ancient Gaelic, visit his ancestral home in Scotland. While exploring ...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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