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By Leigh Greenwood -
Eden Maxwell, the youngest of twelve siblings, lives on her parents’ ranch near San Antonio. In 1887, when she is twenty-one, Eden learns that ...Read Review
By Donna MacQuigg -
Set in the Territory of New Mexico, in 1881, Honorable Intentions (a sequel to The Doctor’s Daughter) is a thoroughly enjoyable frontier romance. ...Read Review
By Judith Miller - By Tracie Peterson -
Set in upstate New York (Rochester and Broadmoor Island, a fictional island in the Thousand Island region of the St. Lawrence River), this ...Read Review
By Kathleen Morgan -
It is 1568, and a group of loyalists plan to rescue Mary Queen of Scots from her imprisonment in Lochleven Castle by boldly replacing ...Read Review
By Sharlene MacLaren -
Sarah Woodward believes God led her to answer an ad for a bride through the Marriage Made in Heaven Agency, in 1896. When she ...Read Review
By Glen Duncan -
This story about an Anglo-Indian family, and the bloodstone ring that was stolen from them during the last days of the British Raj, ...Read Review
By Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire (ed. Jonathan Gross) -
The Sylph was published anonymously in 1779, four years after Georgiana Spencer married the fifth Duke of Devonshire and thus became one of the ...Read Review
By Stephen Baxter -
This second book in Stephen Baxter’s Time Tapestry series, an alternative history epic, spans the history of England from 453 to 1066 AD. The ...Read Review
By Judith Pella -
Zach Hartley has been on the run ever since he fled an abusive stepfather at the age of twelve, but now (1882) that he ...Read Review
By Ruth Ryan Langan -
In this heartwarming romance set at the end of the 19th century, spinster Molly O’Brien is raising four adopted daughters on an ...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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