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By Susann Cokal -
The Kingdom of Little Wounds tells a series of interlocking tales set against the backdrop of the Scandinavian city of Skyggehavn in 1572. Queen ...Read Review
By Janet Nichols Lynch -
Joanne is a sixteen-year-old girl living in San Francisco during the 1967 “Summer of Love.” Amid preparations for her sister’s wedding, worries about ...Read Review
By Maryann MacDonald -
Based on real events and told in verse, Odette’s Secrets relates the story of a young Jewish girl living in Paris with ...Read Review
By Sarah Zettel -
Golden Girl is the second book in the American Fairy Trilogy. It continues the story of Carrie, a teenaged half-fae girl whose status ...Read Review
By Beverley Brenna -
Falling for Henry tells the story of Kate, a 16-year-old girl who stumbles upon a hole in time and switches places with the ...Read Review
By Kristin Bailey -
In Legacy of the Clockwork Key, Meg, a young Victorian woman, loses her parents and all her worldly possessions in a tragic fire ...Read Review
By L. A. Meyer -
Viva Jacquelina! is the tenth installment of the riveting Bloody Jack series. Jacky Faber has once again been coerced into working for the ...Read Review
By Leanna Renee Hieber -
Inspired by The Picture of Dorian Grey, Darker Still begins a series aimed towards readers ages 12 and over. Mute since witnessing her mother’...Read Review
By Jillian Larkin -
Ingenue continues the story of four young 1920s flappers begun in Vixen. Gloria, the former debutante, is hiding with Jerome, her black musician ...Read Review
By Ann Turner -
Fourteen-year-old Lidda has spent much of her life feeling different from others around her in Salem village. Then, she starts to experience strange, ...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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