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By Elizabeth Welsford -
The Five Step Plan is a medical marvel. In 1829, less than ten years before Victoria takes the throne, society is beginning to tighten ...Read Review
By Ed Falco -
Loretto Jones grew up in the same orphanage with Vincent Coll, but unlike the Coll brothers, Loretto is a true foundling; it is ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Boyle -
The London Season of 1810 is beginning, bringing scores of husband-hunting mommas and daughters in from their country seats. Among them are the beautiful ...Read Review
By Katie Hanrahan -
This novel is a sequel to The Liberty Flower. The heroine is Madeleine Beauchamp Ashford, a twelve-year-old orphan. As the story opens, Maddie ...Read Review
By James MacManus -
Despite his election to a third term, Roosevelt is not a popular president, fighting a strong Isolationist Party led by America’s hero, ...Read Review
By Samuel Hynes -
This is the story of the American flyers in World War I. Quite a few of these men entering the war in 1915 before ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Cooke -
Published 2014Published 2014-07-01
The Wild Dark Flowers is the second novel in the Rutherford Park series. It begins in 1915. Harry Cavendish, the son and heir, is ...Read Review
By Jeanne Mackin -
The Beautiful American is a work of fiction that follows an artists’ colony in Paris in the 1920s and 1930s. While one of ...Read Review
By William C. Hammond -
Published 2014Published 2014-07-30
How Dark the Night is the fifth book in a series featuring the Cutler family, Boston merchant traders with their own shipping firm. ...Read Review
By Theresa Romain -
In 1819, Michael Laywood, the Duke of Wyverne, realizes he has to throw in the towel and leave his beloved Lancashire for the teeming ...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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