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Reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books
By Sue Fisher -
The Adventures of Jane Waterford begins like any other romance, with a beleaguered heroine who plans to escape a wicked stepmother who, in ...Read Review
By Fenella J Miller -
This is the second in a series of three books. The war has begun and Barbara’s life, apparently settled following her disrupted ...Read Review
By Donna Walsh Inglehart -
Grindstone, a small island in the Saint Lawrence River near the Canadian border, forms the picturesque backdrop for Donna Walsh Inglehart’s atmospheric ...Read Review
By Anna Belfrage -
This being the eighth, and last, of a series did make me feel some trepidation as I started reading, as I wondered if ...Read Review
By Amanda MacLean -
In The Flax Flower, trumpeter to the new Laird of Fyvie, handsome and charismatic Andrew Lamb, and the Miller of Tifty’s beautiful ...Read Review
By James L. Nelson -
Thorgrim Night Wolf wants to go home, but his family wants to stay in Dubh-Linn. Without a long ship, he must participate in ...Read Review
By Cheryl Sawyer -
Murder at Cirey is a very accomplished novel which I thoroughly enjoyed reading. It concerns Victor Constant, a young member of the French ...Read Review
By Susan Grossey -
Bound within an extremely attractive cover, this well-produced sequel to Susan Grossey’s outstanding debut novel Fatal Forgery once again features the very ...Read Review
By Helen Hollick -
“In the sexiest pirate contest, Capt Jesamiah Acorne gives Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow a run for his money” so runs the quote ...Read Review
By M. John Lubetkin -
Lubetkin has transformed a prodigious amount of research about the greater Yellowstone region of the 1870s into a sprawling, and immensely satisfying, off-kilter ...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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