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By Elle Newmark -
It’s 1947, and Americans Martin and Evie Mitchell and their five-year-old son are in India. Martin is one of the first recipients of ...Read Review
By Anne Easter Smith -
Anne Easter Smith has written three well-researched and entertaining books featuring the children and grandchildren of Richard, Duke of York and his duchess, ...Read Review
By Kate Morton -
Edie Burchill works at a small publishing firm in London. Edie, a reader and a dreamer, has always had a distant relationship with ...Read Review
By Beth Powning -
Published 2010Published 2011
Azuba Galloway, the daughter of a ship-builder in Nova Scotia, has always wanted to go to sea. When she falls in love with ...Read Review
By Cynthia Harrod-Eagles -
This is book 3 of the Morland Dynasty series, in which Cynthia Harrod-Eagles traces 500 years of British history from the point of view of ...Read Review
By Sally Gunning -
It’s 1769, and Jane Clarke of Satucket, Cape Cod, has been banished from the family home as punishment by her domineering father after ...Read Review
By Aileen G. Baron -
This is the third in a series featuring Lily Sampson, a doctoral student in archaeology. In the midst of World War II, Lily ...Read Review
By Frances McNamara -
This is the second in a series featuring Emily Cabot of Boston. The year is 1893, and Emily has been expelled from the recently ...Read Review
By Edward Rutherfurd -
Edward Rutherfurd says that “New York’s magnificent gift to the storyteller is a four-century history as exciting as that of any place ...Read Review
By Cynthia Harrod-Eagles -
This is the 31st installment in Harrod-Eagles’ Morland Dynasty series, which traces 500 years of British history from the point of view of 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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