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By Abi Maxwell -
In The Den, two sets of sisters struggle with the aftermath of premarital sexual indiscretion. Separated by a hundred and fifty years, both ...Read Review
By Karen Barnett -
It’s 1933 in Yellowstone National Park, and we follow Elsie Brookes, who is saving up for college to become a teacher, and Nate ...Read Review
By Sarah M. Eden -
In this charming romance, Miss Elizabeth Black writes “silver-fork” novels in 1830s London. The extra income helps her keep a middle-class girls’ school ...Read Review
By Amy Jarecki -
This Scottish romance takes place during the reign of Queen Anne, in 1713. The Highland Earl is John Erskine, Earl of Mar, a real ...Read Review
By Matt Gianni -
In the 14th century, the power of the Templar Knights wains. Brim Hastings is a young sergeant/former scribe who unwittingly falls into ...Read Review
By J.L. Crozier -
In this Victorian novel, there are few good men, and they barely speak. Adelaide Hadley lives an upper middle-class existence: decent food, good ...Read Review
By Minerva Spencer -
In this Regency romance, a one-eyed pirate, the bare-chested Creole first mate, a monkey, and a parrot land on the recently widowed Lady ...Read Review
By Margaret Verble -
For some, the idea that the United States government enveloped sovereign nations sounds strange. But this novel reminds the reader that sovereign entities ...Read Review
By Eileen Charbonneau -
The Seven Aprils of this action-adventure romance are the Aprils in the years that surround the American Civil War. Tess is a mountain ...Read Review
By Susie Murphy -
The first in a series, A Class Apart tells the love story between English-bred aristocrat Bridget Muldowney and Irish stable-hand Cormac McGovern. Bridget ...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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