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By Paul M. M. Cooper -
This debut novel, set in 13th-century Sri Lanka, is the story of court poet Asanka. When his king is usurped by a tyrant ...Read Review
By Dorothy Wiley -
Frontier Highlander is the fourth book in Wiley’s American Wilderness Romance Series, featuring Artis McKay and Daniel “Bear” McKee. Both were born ...Read Review
By Alison Goodman -
Lady Helen Wrexhall is excited to begin her first Season out in society. She has noticed that she is getting heightened senses and ...Read Review
By Chris Thorndycroft -
A Brother’s Oath is the first of a trilogy about brothers Hengest and Horsa, Scandinavian raiders who were instrumental in the migration ...Read Review
By Sheila R. Lamb -
This novel was the second instalment in a series set in ancient Ireland. It is the tale of Saint Patrick, largely told from ...Read Review
By Adam Palmer -
This debut novel by Adam Palmer was a fictionalized account of Desmond Doss, conscientious objector, World War II medic, and war hero. Throughout ...Read Review
By Edward Marston -
Deeds of Darkness is the fifth novel in the Home Front series by Edward Marston, and continues the detecting journey of Detective Inspector ...Read Review
By Nancy Blanton -
In this nicely written debut, a young girl, Elvy, curses Oliver Cromwell after he murders a boy from her Irish village. In 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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