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By Amy Jarecki -
Magdalen, the illegitimate daughter of a Scottish earl, runs a hospital for women ravaged by red-coated Dragoons infesting northern Scotland in 1707. At her ...Read Review
By Lila Bowen -
Nettie Lonesome is the adopted “half-black and half-Injun daughter” of a white couple who raise her more like a slave than their own ...Read Review
By Sangeeta Bhargava -
Rachael Bristow is the daughter of a British colonel stationed in Lucknow as the story opens in 1855. Irritated by British prejudice and bored ...Read Review
By Alexandre Dumas - By Richard Pevear (trans.) -
Originally published in 1844, the many incarnations of The Three Musketeers have embedded into our collective unconscious the image of three men in plumed ...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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