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By D.M. Pirrone -
The story begins in 2007 and then flashes back and forth to 1893 and the true beginning of the saga of the heroine, Rachel. She ...Read Review
By Joseph Lunievicz -
This is a story of survival. It begins in 1936, when the hero, 7-year old Cid Wymann, an abused, home-schooled boy, lives with his ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
It is 1829, and Heather Cynster, aged 25 and in her fourth Season, is about to be put on the shelf. She is beautiful, willful, ...Read Review
By Eric Dezenhall -
It’s 1982. President Reagan is exploring unorthodox methods to counter acts of terrorism. He knows Roosevelt enlisted the services of the Mob during ...Read Review
By Susanna Gregory -
This sixteenth chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew takes place at Cambridge University in the winter of 1358. The traditional rivalry between the colleges and the ...Read Review
By Amanda Grange -
This is an account of George Wickham’s life before he joined the army and moved to the village of Meryton. It explains ...Read Review
By Garry Douglas Kilworth -
In the British Army, the Scarlet Sash is the insignia of the Provost Marshal, a glorified policeman. In this case, the PM is ...Read Review
By Jenny Erpenbeck -
The central character of Visitation is a house on the forested bank of a Brandenburg Lake. The story stretches throughout the 20th century ...Read Review
By Rose Lerner -
When Lord Nevinstoke’s father is killed in a duel in 1819, he inherits more than the title of Earl Bedlow; he also inherits ...Read Review
By Kenneth L. Holmes (ed.) -
These are letters and diary entries written by various young women and girls detailing their journeys overland by covered wagons between 1846 and 1865. 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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