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By Jess Montgomery -
Following up on her successful 2019 mystery, The Widows, Montgomery revisits 1920s Appalachian Ohio in The Hollows. Feisty Sheriff Lily Ross, a character based ...Read Review
By R. J. Palacio -
From the author of Wonder comes this moving and inspirational graphic novel—the author’s first foray into this genre—about the Holocaust. ...Read Review
By Fabien Nury - By Sylvain Vallee -
This graphic novel series, first published in France with over 1 million copies sold, has received several awards, including the Angoulême International Comics ...Read Review
By Eugene Vodolazkin -
Russian novels are hefty and generally involve a sweeping panorama of people and events. Solovyov and Larionov is cast in that same mode, ...Read Review
By Norman Lock -
This is the sixth in the author’s American Novels Series which, according to the author, “examines the formation of the American mind ...Read Review
By T. E. Kinsey -
In 1909, life is relatively quiet in England, the clouds of global warfare still a few years in the future. Lady Hardcastle and her ...Read Review
By Hubert Mingarelli - By Sam Taylor (trans.) -
In 1919, the Russian civil war grinds to a temporary halt as the opposing factions hunker down in the face of a more powerful ...Read Review
By Andrea Camilleri - By Stephen Sartarelli (trans.) -
Camilleri is one of Italy’s most prominent writers, with books in his Montalbano crime series frequently listed as New York Times bestsellers. ...Read Review
By Chris Offutt -
It’s been almost twenty years since Offutt’s last work of fiction, but the wait has been worth it. In Country Dark, ...Read Review
By Scott Adlerberg -
Jack Waters is a professional gambler, the indolent son of a Confederate war hero who died at Shiloh when Waters was a baby. ...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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