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By Claire Gebben -
When 16-year-old Michael Harm leaves his home in the Palatinate in 1857 for America to take an apprenticeship under his uncle in Cleveland, he ...Read Review
By Gregory Lee -
This story, set in Germany, begins in 1934 with the arrest of an anti-Nazi intellectual. He leaves a son, Thomas and a stepson, Dieter, ...Read Review
By Susanna Gregory -
In this, the 19th chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew, Matt and Michael along with their usual companions are sent as the Bishop’s Commissioners ...Read Review
By Jayne Fresina -
Miss Molly Robbins has a quiet exterior, a grim mouth, and a determination to be in control of her life. That’s why ...Read Review
By Nikki Poppen -
Gannon Maddox, Earl of Camberly, has everything a gentleman of the ton needs except the money to support all the trappings of an ...Read Review
By Carla Kelly -
Published 2013Published c1989
Eight years ago, Miss Omega Chartley was left at the altar, and then her father died leaving Omega and her brother, Alpha, bankrupt. ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Jeffrey -
On a bright, warm Sunday afternoon in September, 1934, Ginny Appleyard waits on a quay in a small fishing village near Colchester, England. Ostensibly, ...Read Review
By Anne Cleeland -
Tainted Angel takes place during the Napoleonic Wars. England has employed various spies who apparently don’t trust each other any further than ...Read Review
By David Downing -
This novel takes place in Berlin in 1948. As a double agent, John Russell works for both the American CIA and the Soviet NKVD. ...Read Review
By Ania Szado -
This story begins in 1942 and skips ahead to 1967. The heroine, an aspiring fashion designer in Manhattan, is a fictional character named Mignonne. The ...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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