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By Howard Linskey -
Harry Walsh is a brash, take-no-orders survivor of Dunkirk who works for the British SOE. A master saboteur and spy, Walsh is given ...Read Review
By Traci Chee -
For two months after Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans lived in uncertain and hostile times. This culminated in the February 1942 issuing of Executive Order 9066 ...Read Review
By Tom Young -
Lt. Karl Hagan is about to set out for his 35th and final bombing raid on Bremen in Nazi Germany. One more and ...Read Review
By Heidi Chiavaroli -
Liberty or Loyalty. This is the question faced by two women—Hayley Ashworth and Emma Malcolm—in Chiavaroli’s engaging multi-period romance. Emma ...Read Review
By James D. Shipman -
Shipman captures the tension and anxieties of a two-day mission into Germany to liberate the son-in-law of General George Patton on the eve ...Read Review
By Piero Chiara -
Chiara’s suspenseful novel opens with a wealthy and unnamed narrator stepping of his sailboat in 1946 Italy and meeting Temistocle Mario Orimbelli. From ...Read Review
By Clive Cussler - By Jack Du Brul -
Though this Cussler story begins with Dirk Pitt—of the National Underwater and Marine Agency—in the present, this is really an Isaac ...Read Review
By Melanie Dobson -
1942, Amsterdam. Josie is a young student working with her brother to move money in support of the Dutch underground. Their childhood friend Eliese ...Read Review
By David Baldacci -
Aloysius Archer walks out of prison and takes the first bus to Poca City. A former World War II soldier, Archer is determined ...Read Review
By Noelle Salazar -
Audrey Coltrane has always wanted to fly. When an opportunity comes to train pilots in Hawaii, Audrey can’t pass it up. There ...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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