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By Giovanni Anastasi -
Demon Hunter Severian is an exciting tale of mystery and action about Aurelius Severian, a demon hunter who works for the Holy Roman ...Read Review
By Emma Rose Millar - By Kevin Allen -
“Convict’s daughter, Laetitia Beedham, is set on an epic journey from the back streets of London, through transportation to Barbados and grueling ...Read Review
By Azaria Frost -
We meet Eliana some months after the Babylonians have conquered her city of Nippur. Her sister is on the eve of marrying the ...Read Review
By Rachel Demeter -
Finding Gabriel is a novel set in 1815 in Paris. France is still coming to terms with life without Napoleon and one of his ...Read Review
By M J Logue -
Red Horse is a novel of the English Civil War that approaches the conflict from the Parliamentarian point of view through the eyes ...Read Review
By Suzanne G. Rogers -
Another wonderful novel from Suzanne G. Rogers, The Mannequin is the story of a young girl who is living with her aunt and ...Read Review
By Eamonn Martin Griffin -
In August 1666 Tom is working for his father in a bakery in Pudding Lane, London. His brother has become deeply religious and his ...Read Review
By Clare Hawkins -
Lament for a Siege Town is concerned with the siege of Colchester of 1648 by Parliamentarian forces while a Royalist army is trapped within ...Read Review
By Aaron Zerah -
Joseph in the Land of Mizraim is, by the author’s admission, a deeply spiritual novel but, for those like me, who know ...Read Review
By Charlene Newcomb -
A tale of the Third Crusade, which Richard the Lionheart conducted in 1190 – 1193 and ended in his capture by Duke Leopold of Austria. What ...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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