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By David Baldwin - By Michael Jones - By Philippa Gregory -
This collection of essays is a gift to those who love historical fiction. It not only functions as a history book for readers ...Read Review
By Troy D. Nooe -
In the ’40s, the Ocean Forest in Myrtle Beach is a grand hotel frequented by the Southern upper class, of which Francis McKellar ...Read Review
By Tasha Alexander -
In Alexander’s latest mystery featuring Lady Emily Hargreaves (after Dangerous to Know, 2010), someone is literally painting the town red, tagging the homes ...Read Review
By Lauraine Snelling -
Cassie Lockwood has traveled with her father’s Wild West show all her life, and at 20, she can shoot and ride like Annie ...Read Review
By Hilary Green -
The second in Green’s World War I trilogy (after Daughters of War, 2010) opens in England in 1914. War is still simmering in the ...Read Review
By Barbara Cleverly -
In the ninth Joe Sandilands mystery (after Strange Images of Death, 2010), the handsome police commander is back on duty in London, where the 1914...Read Review
By Jeffrey Archer -
Archer’s latest saga introduces a bright young man facing an uphill battle. Harry Clifton is born in Bristol, England, in 1920 to Maisie ...Read Review
By Marjorie Eccles -
The Cuckoo’s Child is a period murder mystery with an intriguing and complex plot. Readers should not be put off by the ...Read Review
By Karleen Koen -
In Koen’s fourth fine novel (after Dark Angels, 2009), Louis XIV’s reign as French monarch is unique in unpredictable ways. He grows ...Read Review
By Bobbie Ann Mason -
By 1944, Lt. Marshall Stone, 23, has participated in nine successful bombing missions as co-pilot of a B-17. On his tenth and final run over ...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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