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Reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books
By Carol Cox - By Karen Witemeyer - By Mary Connealy - By Regina Jennings -
Heaven help the residents of Dry Gulch, Texas when one of their own decides to play matchmaker! This sweet collection of western romances ...Read Review
By John Wilcox -
The tribes are gathering, putting aside intertribal feuding to take on a worthier foe, the British Empire at the peak of its power. ...Read Review
By Rachel Urquhart -
Three strong and haunting voices tell this tale set mostly among the Shakers of Massachusetts in the 1840s. The first voice is that ...Read Review
By V. E. Ulett -
In the early 19th century, Royal Navy captain James Blackwell is assigned to survey and protect the trade routes in the Great South ...Read Review
By Kerry Tombs -
This is the sixth in Kerry Tombs’ Inspector Ravenscroft series. Inspector Ravenscroft is an ex-London detective who currently lives and works in the ...Read Review
By Will Thomas -
With Fatal Enquiry, Will Thomas brings us a sixth entry in the suspenseful Barker & Llewelyn series set in the streets and back ...Read Review
By Amanda Taylor -
Dangerous Waves by was originally published under the title The Chinaman’s Bastard in August 2009 but has been re-visited by the author, substantially ...Read Review
By Lauraine Snelling -
In 1878 Valdres, Norway, twenty-year-old Ingeborg, unlike her mor, is not concerned about still being single. Although she has received some offers, she prefers ...Read Review
By Sharman Burson Ramsey -
Joie Kinkaid is astounded to see Godfrey Winkel in a London café. Godfrey had sneered at the “half-breed” girl back in Alabama, but ...Read Review
By Wayne D. Overholser -
Young Clay Roland learns that his father has died suddenly at his ranch in Skull Mesa. During the late 19th century, powerful ranchers ...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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