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By Mary Balogh -
Best-selling Regency romance author Balogh introduces a delectable series about a quiet country family—siblings Margaret, Vanessa, Kate, and Stephen Huxtable—who ...Read Review
By Gilbert Morris -
In this second Lady Trent novel, 1850s Victorian London finds Lady Serafina Trent working once again with Dylan Tremayne. This time, she’s ...Read Review
By Danielle Steel -
In 1912, nineteen-year-old Annabelle Worthington’s privileged world is shattered forever when the sinking of the Titanic destroys her family. Her life of glitz ...Read Review
By Michelangelo Altiere -
In 1872, Anne, a small-town milliner, meets a wealthy engineer from Pittsburgh while on an Ohioan riverboat. After sharing a meal together, they feel ...Read Review
By Julie Lessman -
In 1919, this second Daughters of Boston novel focuses on Charity O’Connor, who sets her sights on the crabby Mitch Dennehy, editor at ...Read Review
By Alice Duncan -
In 1921, this third book in the series continues the story of Daisy Gumm Majesty, who supports her World War I-disabled veteran husband, Billy, ...Read Review
By Mary Lennox -
Lord Devlin Charmichael, Marquess of Headleymoor, is caught between two worlds; he is an heir of a British duke and a prince of ...Read Review
By Heather Terrell -
Terrell’s second novel far surpasses her mediocre first in this tale of mystery, suspense, and adventure. Chapters alter between three storylines, all ...Read Review
By Kathleen Morgan -
Jessica Ashmore, a penniless widow, has brought her young daughter to the Colorado high plains in 1933. Jessica hopes for employment as an office ...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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