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Reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books
By Joan Wolf -
Joan Wolf, author of regencies, historical romances, and historical mysteries, has imagined a small country of Jura in which to set this novel. ...Read Review
By Richard S. Wheeler -
This novel opens at the tail end of the Rendezvous of 1832. Englishman Barnaby Skye has to make a choice. His job as a ...Read Review
By Edwin Shrake -
Reviewers should be as forthcoming and honest as possible in all their writings. In keeping with that principle, I will state that I ...Read Review
By Mary Jo Putney -
Troth Montgomery was born to a Scottish father and a Chinese mother and grew up in Macao. When her father dies she goes ...Read Review
By Andrea Pickens -
Published 2000Published 2000-01-01
There is a little bit of a mystery involved with this recent regency romance, just enough to add some zest to a rather ...Read Review
By Tracie Peterson -
Published 2001Published 2001-01-01
This is a remarkable book of the gold rush in Alaska, and the adventures of a young lady who is running from a ...Read Review
By P.G. Nagle -
When you think of American Civil War battles, you probably think of the well-known ones which took place in Tennessee, Pennsylvania or Georgia. ...Read Review
By Victoria Malvey -
Lady Alyssa Porter is determined to look after her younger sister and to save enough to give her a London season after their ...Read Review
By J.D. Landis -
J. D. Landis’ second book is the story of Robert Schumann, a 19th century German composer, and his wife, Clara Wieck, a world-renowned ...Read Review
By James King -
Thomas Griffiths Wainewright (1794-1847 or 1852) was an Englishman, a historical figure and, approximately, a Man of Letters who tried, in the best Regency ...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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