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By C.B. Hanley -
In the summer of 1217 the sisters of Earl William de Warenne arrive at Conisborough castle to celebrate the marriage of the widowed eldest ...Read Review
By Jan Jones -
Nell Kydd has problems. The death of her beloved father has left her mother in a state of such shock that she has ...Read Review
By Elizabeth Ashworth -
Nobleman Richard FitzEustace returns from the Holy Land suffering from leprosy and, according to the law of the land, must bid farewell to ...Read Review
By Jan Jones -
Caroline Fortune is a spirited young lady who nevertheless knows that she has to live within the conventions of Newmarket society. Her brother, ...Read Review
By Margaret Redfern -
Young Will and his brother Ned are called away from their home in East Anglia to King Edward’s Welsh wars to dig ...Read Review
By Patrick Bishop -
In 1940 Adam Tomaszewski is a fighter pilot in the RAF when he meets the charismatic Irish soldier Gerry Cunningham. They form an unlikely ...Read Review
By James Jackson -
In 1212, crusaders march to the Holy Land in order to wrest it back from the Saracens, who are now in control of all ...Read Review
By Simon Scarrow -
Published 2007Published 2014
Simon Scarrow’s seventh novel has Roman legionnaires Macro and Cato sent to a fort in Judea to investigate disturbing rumours of a ...Read Review
By Amanda Grange -
Helena Carlisle arrives at Stormcrow Castle in search of her aunt who is housekeeper there. However, Helena’s aunt is absent in mysterious ...Read Review
By R.F. Delderfield -
In 1918 miner’s son David Powlett Jones returns to England from the trenches. Shell-shocked, physically and emotionally damaged by his experiences, he takes ...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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