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By Louisa Hall -
Trinity portrays J. Robert Oppenheimer, the man credited with being the Father of the Atomic Bomb, from the viewpoints of seven fictional characters. ...Read Review
By Wayetu Moore -
Though her mother delayed as much as she could, Gbessa is born on the day that Ol’ Ma Nyanpoo’s house collapses upon ...Read Review
By Ashley Weaver -
“You’ve stumbled upon another body,” Inspector Jones says to the wife-and-husband sleuth team Amory and Milo Ames. It’s in fact the ...Read Review
By Christy Nicholas -
Beginning in 1846 Ireland, Misfortune of Song is the fifth in the Druid’s Brooch series, which traces the passage of an heirloom with ...Read Review
By Barbara Wood -
Workmen repairing earthquake damage to the outer wall of the Schaller winery in Largo Valley, California, expose a gaping hole in the solid ...Read Review
By Pat Wahler -
At the age of 15 in 1860 Missouri, Zerelda (Zee) Mimms is unwilling to settle for an arranged marriage; she vows to never marry except ...Read Review
By Terrence McCauley -
Charlie Doherty, bumped off the New York City Police Department after his investigation of a girl’s death led to The Grand Central ...Read Review
By C.S. Quinn -
Thief taker Charlie Tuesday returns to 1667 London in the fourth Thief Taker series by C. S. Quinn. This time, Tuesday must find the ...Read Review
By Lorin R. Robinson -
The 13 takes place in the time before time, the time before white men came to Gichigami (Lake Superior), the time when Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) ...Read Review
By Jocelyn Green -
Lacemaker Vivienne Rivard flees the Terror of the French Revolution to relocate to the French Quarter of Philadelphia, along with other expatriates, including ...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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