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By Mary Connealy -
Annette Talbot considers herself a coward because she escaped the brutality of Claude Leveques by leaving, unburied, the body of a dear friend. ...Read Review
By Mary Jo Putney -
What happens to aristocratic boys who rebel against the strict mores of the English nobility? In this charming debut to The Lost Lords ...Read Review
By Walter J. Boyne -
This is the third book in Boyne’s trilogy about the Shannons, a family of test pilots whose careers span the years of ...Read Review
By Jamie Carie -
In 1789, during the opening weeks of the French Revolution, Christophé St. Laurent’s entire family is guillotined at the behest of Maximilien Robespierre. ...Read Review
By M. L. Tyndall -
Twenty-four-year-old Faith Westcott leads a double life: By day, she is the obedient daughter of Rear Admiral Westcott in their Charleston home ...Read Review
By Grant Buday -
The ancient Greeks were masters of the written word. From Homer, to Euripides, to Thucydides, their stories of human pathos pulse with a ...Read Review
By Tosca Lee -
A whisper in my ear. Wake! Much has been written about Eve (called Havah in this novel), the seductress who ate the forbidden ...Read Review
By Stephanie Grace Whitson -
In 1886, thanks to a successful banking business, the Friedrichs are social leaders in South Platte, Nebraska. Eighteen-year-old Irma is determined to ride in ...Read Review
By Judith Miller - By Tracie Peterson -
This second book in The Broadmoor Legacy continues the story of cousins Sophie, Fanny, and Amanda Broadmoor, three heiresses who, in 1897, live in ...Read Review
By Mary Connealy -
It is 1867. Grace Calhoun has fled her abusive father and taken a position as a schoolteacher in the West Texas town of Mosqueros. ...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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