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By Bernard Knight -
When Tom Howden enlisted for three years as a pathologist in Her Majesty’s Far East Land Forces during the campaign against the ...Read Review
By Ann Parker -
In book four of the Silver Rush series, Inez Stannert travels through the Rocky Mountains to Manitou, Colorado, eager to reunite with her ...Read Review
By Janet Mullany -
At age 21, Jane Austen suspects that a local party will not alleviate the disappointment of her rejected manuscript, but her family insists that ...Read Review
By Robert Jackson Bennett -
Marcus Connelly is riding the rails west during the Great Depression of the 1920s. Unlike most of the sorry folks he finds in ...Read Review
By Amanda C. Gable -
Eleven-year-old Katherine McConnell is obsessed with the Civil War, particularly the Confederate side. She frequently daydreams about being a Confederate general. When her ...Read Review
By Michelle Cameron -
Shira’s upbringing is different than other Jewish girls’ childhoods in 1224. Her widowed father, the esteemed Rabbi Shmuel ben Solomon and great Talmudic ...Read Review
By Linda Peavy - By Ursula Smith -
In the late 1800s, the United States government established boarding schools for Native American children with the intent of assimilating the children into ...Read Review
By E. Duke Vincent -
Vinnie Vesta left Hell’s Kitchen in 1950 to find a better life. Now post-college, he leads an idyllic life in Jacksonville, Florida, as ...Read Review
By Victoria Hislop -
Published 2006 (UK)Published 2007 (US)
As London-born Alexis Fielding, a modern-day college graduate, explores her past, she is drawn to visit a former Greek leper colony. This storyline, ...Read Review
By Diana L. Paxson -
Boudica, a Briton princess, arrives on the Isle of Mona to study the old ways with other children of chieftains and talented youth. ...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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