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By Jo Beverley -
Two classic stories by beloved Regency author Jo Beverley are brought together in this single volume, creating a delectable book filled with all ...Read Review
By Yannick Murphy -
In October 1917, Margaretha Zelle, better known as Mata Hari, sits in a prison cell in Paris, accused of being a spy for Germany. ...Read Review
By Julie Lessman -
In 1916, the Great War is raging overseas, and a smaller war is brewing in the Boston O’Connor household. Two completely different sisters, ...Read Review
By Heather Terrell -
Attorney Mara Coyne’s firm is hired by art-auction-house Beazley’s to defend the ownership of The Chrysalis, a 17th-century Dutch painting. But ...Read Review
By Lynn Austin -
In 1893, after returning home to Illinois from finishing school, 20-year-old high-spirited Violet Hayes discovers that her mother was not actually recovering in a ...Read Review
By Laurie Brown -
Josie Drummond, professional paranormal researcher (aka ghostbuster), is working in England in modern times when she meets the resident ghost of Castle Waite, ...Read Review
By Delia Parr -
When tragedy strikes the town of Candlewood, New York, in 1842, no one in town is surprised when boardinghouse owner Emma Garrett offers room ...Read Review
By Christina Dodd -
Exiled and hiding from revolutionaries in a Scottish convent for ten years, the winter of 1810 finds Crown Princess Sorcha determined to return to ...Read Review
By Mary Balogh -
The Battle of Waterloo prominently features in this tale of grief and love as young Ellen Simpson helps her husband’s dearest friend ...Read Review
By William C. Hammond III -
This nautical adventure, the first in a series, takes place during the American Revolution as Richard Cutler, a young rebel, signs on as ...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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