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By Gary Corby -
“A dead man fell from the sky, landing at my feet with a thud.” With this opening line, Corby promises an entertaining read, ...Read Review
By Barbara Erskine -
In 1970, when Jo Clifford is a university student in Edinburgh, she is hypnotized as part of a study on regression to past lives. ...Read Review
By Kathi Macias - By Susan Wales -
Emperor Diocletian (r.284-305 A.D.) is a brilliant leader whose innovative reforms reinvigorate the Roman Empire, but when his power starts to ...Read Review
By Darren Craske -
Members of the Hades Consortium have controlled history for centuries, but it seems they have met their match in Cornelius Quaint, master conjuror ...Read Review
By Francine Rivers -
Her Mother’s Hope is the enjoyable introduction to a two-part family saga loosely based on Francine Rivers’ personal history. In 1901, twelve-year-old Marta ...Read Review
By Mark Sinnett -
On October 15, 1954, Hurricane Hazel pounded Toronto with high winds and torrential rains. When the swollen rivers flooded their banks, bridges were swept off ...Read Review
By Patricia Clancy (trans.) - By Pierre Magnan -
Published 2007Published 2009
If you missed the opportunity to spend a week in rural Provence during the 1960s, don’t despair. Instead, set a bottle of ...Read Review
By Stephanie Grace Whitson -
Desperate to escape an abusive employer, twenty-year-old Mattie O’Keefe makes the arduous trek to the gold-rush town of Deadwood, in the Black ...Read Review
By Rosemary Rogers -
Lady Rowena Dangerfield, the future Countess of Melchester, had a rather unconventional childhood. While still an infant, her parents divorced, her father fled ...Read Review
By Bali Rai -
(1) 1919, India. Amritsar is a city in ferment. Riots against British rule are increasing and, sooner or later, there will be a showdown. We ...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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