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Reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books
By David More -
In 1761 the North American colonies are a bone of contention. Timber and fur provide wealth for their British and French overlords, but the ...Read Review
By Isabella Bradford -
Set in England in 1775, this is the third of a historical romance trilogy, in which the highly eligible sons of a duke fall ...Read Review
By M. D. Murphy -
Radical pamphleteer Tom Gobey returns to London in 1799 after several years’ imprisonment at Botany Bay. His ardor for revolution may have cooled, but ...Read Review
By Dario Fo -
Lucrezia Borgia was Pope Alexander VI’s daughter. One of the most famous women in history, she was the beautiful victim of her ...Read Review
By Jill Eileen Smith -
The Bible is the world’s first storybook, and it is chock full of enthralling tales of adventure. The biblical story of Deborah ...Read Review
By Angus Watson -
This is volume three in the Iron Age series. “Caesar has conquered Gaul” (Julius Caesar speaking). “Now he will conquer Britain.” “No he ...Read Review
By Ted Dekker -
Maviah, Queen of a Bedouin tribe, is also known as Queen of the Outcasts. Maviah’s love, Judah, is imprisoned by Kahil, a ...Read Review
By Alison Stuart -
This novel by Alison Stuart concerns the later part of the Parliamentary era of the English Civil War. It is based on events ...Read Review
By Steven A. McKay -
The Wolf and the Raven is the second instalment of Steven A. McKay’s series about Robin Hood. It is set in Barnsdale ...Read Review
By Cheryl Sawyer -
The Winter Prince is the story of Prince Rupert of the Rhine, nephew to King Charles I and his finest battle commander during ...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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