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By Michael L. Hawley -
Michael Hawley has carefully researched an arguably favorite Scotland Yard suspect in the Jack the Ripper murders, Dr. Francis Tumblety, and judiciously and ...Read Review
By Jack Whyte -
This is the latest installment in Whyte’s Scottish Independence saga. It is told through the eyes of the engaging Father Jamie Wallace, ...Read Review
By P. J. Hoover -
This is the tale of King Tutankhamun’s journey through eternity after his wicked Uncle Horemheb, who was responsible for slaying his parents, ...Read Review
By Charlie Lovett -
The Further Adventures of Ebenezer Scrooge is a delightful sequel to Dickens’ A Christmas Carol that is imaginatively woven together by the author ...Read Review
By Paula Quinn -
The fearless, beautiful and dedicated Jacobite, Abigail MacGregor, is determined to protect her clan’s dangerous secret: her mother is the true heir ...Read Review
By Kim Michele Richardson -
On Mudas Summer’s 17th birthday, her cherished mother, Ella, is found hanging from the rafters of her home. Did she kill herself? ...Read Review
By Aislinn Hunter -
When fifteen-year-old Jane Standen was minding a youngster named Lily near a broken-down Victorian asylum in the North of England, she lost her ...Read Review
By Pamela Woods-Jackson -
At 16, Millie Olsen is a tentative genius, the valedictorian of her prestigious high school and the recipient of a handful of scholarships to ...Read Review
By Dennis Lehane -
Set against the waning years of World War I, the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic and the increasingly turbulent social changes sweeping through Boston, The ...Read Review
By Ann Rinaldi -
In the latter years of the Civil War, all the niceties and structure of 12-year-old Juliet Bradshaw’s life are turned upside down. ...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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