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By Cora Harrison -
This the tenth book in Cora Harrison’s 16th-century Burren mysteries. Set in the west of Ireland, it begins with Mara, the Brehon ...Read Review
By Alex Myers -
This debut novel is based on the true story of Deborah Samson, a Massachusetts servant and weaver who disguised herself as a man, ...Read Review
By Douglas Nicholas -
In this sequel to the well-received Something Red, travelling entertainers Molly, Jack, Nemain, and Hob are in 13th-century northern England at Castle Blanchefontaine. ...Read Review
By Catherine Lloyd -
England, 1816. In the charming village of Kurland St. Mary, Major Robert Kurland is bedbound, recovering from wounds suffered at Waterloo. His old friend ...Read Review
By Laura Frantz -
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1822. In this second novel of the Ballantyne Legacy series, Ellie Ballantyne comes home from finishing school accompanied by the handsome Jack ...Read Review
By Pamela Mingle -
This Regency novel is a continuation of Pride and Prejudice. It takes place a few years later and focuses on Mary Bennet. Jane ...Read Review
By Matthew J. Kirby -
This is an entertaining middle-grade historical fantasy set on the American frontier during colonial days. Young Billy Bartram, his naturalist father, and a ...Read Review
By Andrew H. Vanderwal -
Young Alex Macpherson time-travels to medieval Scotland in a quest to discover why his parents have disappeared into the 13th century – and if ...Read Review
By Vicki Hinze -
James Cameron, the laird of his Scottish clan, and newly-single Catherine Morgan in New Orleans fall in love after long overseas telephone chats. ...Read Review
By D.B. Jackson -
Urban fantasy, mystery, and historical fiction, Thieves’ Quarry is the second novel in the well-received Thieftaker Chronicles, set in pre-Revolutionary Boston, Massachusetts. Ethan ...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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