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By Donald Hall -
In 1940, Donnie Hall is twelve years old. His mother has undergone surgery and needs peace and quiet at home to recover. Since it’...Read Review
By Sally MacKenzie -
Venus Valentine, Duchess of Greycliffe, was born on St. Valentine’s Day, as were her three sons, and every year she throws a ...Read Review
By Cara Elliott -
This is the second novel in the Lords of Misrule trilogy. Lady Eliza Brentford is a young, impecunious widow whose brother is so ...Read Review
By Shirley Kennedy -
This Regency novel is set in Northern England and begins with the death of the Earl of Lansdown. His death was sudden and ...Read Review
By Mary Hart Perry -
Upon the death of her mother, Queen Victoria, in 1901, Princess Louise, the sixth child and fourth daughter of Victoria and Albert, writes to ...Read Review
By Samantha Grace -
In this Regency novel, the widowed Lady Amelia Audley returns to London after a two-year absence. She is accompanied by her trusted and ...Read Review
By Gerard Woodward -
It is 1941. Tory Pace’s children have been evacuated from London to the safety of Upper Slaughter in the Cotswolds, and she has ...Read Review
By Susanna Gregory -
Thomas Chaloner finds himself recalled by his employer from an investigation into corruption in Tangier without the opportunity for a satisfactory conclusion to ...Read Review
By Laura Lee Guhrke -
In April, 1904, Annabel Wheaton, American heiress, is about to marry Bernard, Lord Rumsford, English Earl. Theirs is not a love match. It is ...Read Review
By Stephanie Laurens -
In June 1829, Angelica Cynster is attending a ball at Cavendish House when she is suddenly aware that a tall man with dark hair, ...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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