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By Brenda Webster -
Alzheimer’s and Auschwitz. In this contemporary novel, the sufferings caused by these two ordeals are thoroughly intertwined as 88-year-old Renzo, a highly ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Hoyt -
Set in London in 1741, this story pushes the limits of believability yet never ceases to entertain. Lily Stump, a beautiful actress with a ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Boyle -
Boyle’s Rhymes with Love series tells of the romantic adventures of three friends who grew up in the English village of Kempton ...Read Review
By Dennis Must -
The World’s Smallest Bible is an impressive work of literary fiction that chronicles the life of Ethan Mueller, over a span of 43 ...Read Review
By Paul Robertson -
The name “Bernoulli” is as recognizable to mathematicians as “Tudor” is to historians. The Bernoulli brothers, Jacob and Johann, each in turn the ...Read Review
By Vanessa Kelly -
Griffin Steele, the illegitimate and unacknowledged son of a royal duke, has created for himself a life of comfort and wealth. His one ...Read Review
By Anne Stuart -
Twenty-eight-year-old Bryony Russell does not believe the accusations of embezzlement against her recently deceased father. Determined to find proof of his innocence, she ...Read Review
By Brenda Novak -
Truman Stanhope, Earl of Druridge and owner of the colliery in Creswell, in the coal-mining region on the northeastern coast of England, readily ...Read Review
By Connie Mason - By Mia Marlowe -
It is 1818. Princess Charlotte, the only legitimate grandchild of George III, has died in childbirth, which means her three bachelor uncles are in ...Read Review
By Linda Abbott -
The title of this book gave me the impression that the story would focus on the tragic fire that swept through Hull Home, ...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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