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By Susan Carroll -
Ariane Cheney is a Daughter of the Earth, one of a group of women revered for their wisdom, knowledge of the healing arts, ...Read Review
By Charles Fleming -
After being involved in a killing in Las Vegas and winding up in Havana, Sloan is happy to bury himself in booze and ...Read Review
By Rebecca Pawel -
Lt. Carlos Tejada and his bride, Elena, are expecting their first child, in this, the third book in Pawel’s series set in ...Read Review
By James Scott Bell -
In 1907 Kit Shannon Fox and her husband, Ted, are returning to Los Angeles from a belated honeymoon in Hawaii. Married six months previously, ...Read Review
By Louise M. Gouge -
In 1837, when eighteen-year-old Hannah Oldweiler meets fifty-year-old Captain Ahab, she is completely smitten. The renowned whaling man soon succumbs to Hannah’s charms. ...Read Review
By Jenna Blum -
Anna Brandt grew up an only child in a privileged household in Weimar, Germany. In 1939, at the age of 18, she falls in love ...Read Review
By Lora Roberts -
When Charlotte Dodson’s husband dies suddenly, leaving her a widow with a young son, she is fortunate to find a position as ...Read Review
By Rebecca Pawel -
It is 1940. The Spanish Civil War has finally ended, while the war in Europe heats up. Carlos Tejada, newly promoted to lieutenant in ...Read Review
By Brent Monahan -
Retired Sheriff John LeBrun of Brunswick, Georgia has established a certain reputation among the movers and shakers of New York commerce. After solving ...Read Review
By Karen Harper -
As Christmas of 1564 approaches, Queen Elizabeth I decides to grant the wishes of her beloved “Kat” (Lady Katherine Ashley), her aging confidante, and ...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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