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By Merryn Allingham -
The Nurse’s War is the second book in Merryn Allingham’s World War Two series ‘Daisy’s War’, which began with The ...Read Review
By Katherine Clements -
The Silvered Heart is Katherine Clements’ follow-up to her critically lauded debut, The Crimson Ribbon. With this new story she returns to the ...Read Review
By Rosie Thomas -
Daughter of the House is the eagerly awaited follow-up to Rosie Thomas’s incredibly successful The Illusionists, and although it is a sequel, ...Read Review
By Robin Blake -
The Scrivener is the third book in Robin Blake’s fantastic mystery series featuring Preston Coroner Titus Cragg and his good friend, Dr ...Read Review
By Lissa Evans -
Crooked Heart is the first adult novel from Lissa Evans since the Orange Prize-shortlisted Their Finest Hour and a Half (2009). This novel tells ...Read Review
By Karen Maitland -
The Raven’s Head is an intoxicating blend of history, mystery and magic, and Maitland’s storytelling is deft and detailed. Told in ...Read Review
By Robert Dinsdale -
On the eve of joining his regiment in January 1916, William Redmond takes one last walk with his younger brother, Samuel, through the back ...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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