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By Judy McCrosky -
In this introspective reimagining of Pride and Prejudice, Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy’s romance is entirely unsuitable in the eyes ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
Camrianne “Camri” Coulter is trying to find her missing brother, Caleb, a law attorney. Suspecting foul play, Camri enlists the help of new ...Read Review
By Mandy Mikulencak -
Set in the fictitious Greenmount State Penitentiary in Louisiana during the 1930s-1950s, the novel shows, from the perspective of a prison cook ...Read Review
By Caroline Preston -
Preston, author of the acclaimed scrapbook novel The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt, delivers again with her second foray into this niche genre, presenting ...Read Review
By Karen Witemeyer -
Amos Bledsoe is an atypical Western hero, more likely to ride to the rescue on a bicycle than a white horse, but it’...Read Review
By Nancy Campbell Allen -
In this Regency romance, broken-hearted Sophia Elliot would like to get as far away from Anthony Blake, the Earl of Wilshire, as possible ...Read Review
By Carrie Turansky -
Award-winning author Carrie Turansky’s newest inspirational romance returns to the Edwardian era in a standalone title with memorable characters and a charming ...Read Review
By Regina Jennings -
Little Betsy Huckabee (A Most Inconvenient Marriage) is all grown up and working for her uncle’s newspaper and struggling to declare her ...Read Review
By Jennifer McQuiston -
Victorian London is no place for a bookish spinster like Miss Mary Channing, who lands herself in a conundrum when she becomes entangled ...Read Review
By Judith Miller -
In 1876, Ainslee McKay and her twin sister, Adaira, are inseparable. When her sister elopes after they commit to a new business venture, Ainslee ...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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