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By Ann H. Gabhart -
Set in 1849, this novel provides another addition to Ann Gabhart’s Shaker series. This narrative continues to follow the lives of various young ...Read Review
By Peter Golden -
Told through a series of past and present episodes, Comeback Love focuses on the theme of timeless love. Aspiring journalist Gordon falls in ...Read Review
By Carolann Camillo -
New York Colony, June 1759: The height of the French and Indian War. Recently wed Catherine Bradshaw and husband Jeremy Flint travel in a ...Read Review
By Samantha Grace -
In this light Regency romance, Lana encounters a rake named Lord Andrew Forest, who rescues her after she falls out of a window ...Read Review
By Murray Pura -
Murray Pura sets his tale of inspirational romance in the Amish community of Pennsylvania as the world prepares for the outbreak of World ...Read Review
By Maureen Lang -
Published 2009Published 2011
Set in the small village of Briecourt, France, during the early battles of World War I, Look to the East opens in the ...Read Review
By Caroline Richards -
A scholar who specializes in the Rosetta Stone, Lady Meredith Woolcott is ahead of her times. Fiercely independent, she journeys to Egypt in ...Read Review
By Nancy Moser -
Bestselling author Nancy Moser takes us to a grand and intriguing time in American history: the Gilded Age. Lucy Scarpelli, sister Sofia, and ...Read Review
By Jillian Kent -
Dedicated to “everyone who has battled the twin demons of depression and doubt,” the author uses her background as a counselor for nursing ...Read Review
By Tina Gabrielle -
Tina Gabrielle creates a compelling story of Regency murder featuring a barrister, Jack Harding, and a law professor’s daughter, Lady Evelyn Darlington, ...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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