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By M. E. Kemp -
In 1692, Arabella Edwards, a golden beauty, is found hanging from the Salem gallows, but she had not been accused of or tried for ...Read Review
By Chris Humphreys -
In this gripping conclusion to the Runestone Saga series, Sky and Kristin must perfect their Fetch powers and their time-traveling magic to fight ...Read Review
By Sandra Schwab -
In 1820, a magical mishap that turns her uncle’s house blue sends Amelia Bourne to the marriage mart in London, stripped of all ...Read Review
By Kerry Greenwood -
In 1928, on holiday in Sydney, Phryne Fisher has her vacation all planned out: cricket matches, dinner with the in-crowd, and lots of dancing. ...Read Review
By Eloisa James -
In 1783, Harriet, the young widowed duchess of Berrow, longs to escape the structure of Georgian society. She jumps at the chance for adventure ...Read Review
By Jane Johnson -
In present-day London, Julia Lovat receives a goodbye gift from her lover: a book of 17th century embroidery patterns which belonged to ...Read Review
By Carol Cox -
Emily Ralston, a young woman searching for independence and adventure, works in the Children’s Building at the Chicago World Fair in 1893. Stephen ...Read Review
By Julie Hearn -
(1) London, 1913. Thirteen-year-old Hazel Mull-Dare is being brought up as a young lady – in careful isolation from anything which might offend her ‘delicate senses’. ...Read Review
By Catherine King -
Set in 1830, during the Industrial Revolution in Britain, Women of Iron depicts a story of poverty, deceit, and revenge. Luther Dearne is rich, ...Read Review
By Kate Noble -
In 1829, having recently returned to London, the two Alton sisters are preparing for the Season. Beautiful, demure Evangeline is quite excited at the ...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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