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By Beverly Connor -
Forensic anthropologist and amateur detective Lindsay Chamberlain joins a crew of archaeologists excavating a long-lost Spanish Galleon off the Georgia coast. Within days ...Read Review
By Wendy Lindstrom -
Radford Grayson finally returns to his hometown five years after the end of the Civil War. Much has changed there, especially his younger ...Read Review
By Tracy Fobes -
Juliana St. Germaine, born and raised beneath the sea, must break an ancient family curse by seducing the one man who fears her ...Read Review
By Susan Squires -
In this debut historical romance set in late 7th century Britain, the Saxon witch Britta and Viking warrior Karn ally themselves against the ...Read Review
By Arthur Goldhammer (trans.) - By Denis Guedj -
In June, 1792, two astronomers set off from Paris on what proves to be a six-year mission–to survey the meridian running through France ...Read Review
By Clive Cheesman - By Jonathon Williams -
Throughout history, there have been those who have pretended to be other than what they are. If you didn’t know this before ...Read Review
By Patricia Veryan -
Miss Cordelia Stansbury succeeds in setting tongues to wagging twice in a year – first when she snags the ton’s most eligible bachelor, ...Read Review
By Jo Beverley -
Clarissa Greystone, known as the Devil’s Heiress, is haunted by the circumstances surrounding the death of her despised fiancé. Forced to take ...Read Review
By Joan Lowery Nixon -
Joan Lowery Nixon’s latest foray into the past for children is a charming story. The hero, young John Nicholas, is caught up ...Read Review
By Lael St. James -
Gabriella Redclift has spent most of her childhood in a convent. When her betrothed sends for her, she bravely sets forth only to ...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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