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By Kay Patrick -
Right from the start the reader is gripped in this tale of political corruption, women’s rights and mysterious benefactors. Marie Montrecourt is ...Read Review
By Sandra Marie Lewis -
A novel that covers three generations of an ordinary lower class family living in Berkshire, England. The story is mainly concerned with Lenore ...Read Review
By Ann Turner -
Aubrette is raised as a maid to her Lord’s daughter, Rowena, and it turns out that they are sisters. They grow up ...Read Review
By Kate Innes -
The French mistress of an important English noble lies dying in childbirth, and the only person who can help is Ursula, a local ...Read Review
By Kristin Gleeson -
Gabrielle – Abby – is an eighteen-year-old widow and an accomplished musician under the tutelage of her father in Paris when she overhears a plot ...Read Review
By Sarah L King -
Jennet Preston was twice tried for witchcraft in the early part of 17th century, at the same time as the Pendle witch trials, ...Read Review
By Edward Parnell -
John Albrehart has been dead for close on a year and his death still affect his wife, two daughters, and his son, who ...Read Review
By Tim Topps -
Tim Topps is both our narrator and our hero in this post war/cold war ripping yarn style adventure. Called up for National ...Read Review
By Tony McMahon -
Sir William de Mandeville is a Templar Knight sent home from the Holy Land in disgrace as he has been subject to ‘demons’ ...Read Review
By Luke Waterson -
Anthony Knivet is the illegitimate son of Sir Henry Knivet who barely recognises the boy’s existence. Anthony is working for his mother, ...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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