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In his highly acclaimed Finn (2007), Clinch crafted a prequel to a literary classic, expanding upon its characters while adding a daring, ..read more
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Regarding the Buzzfeed News article making the rounds in the historical fiction world, citing eight commonalities between two new releases ..read more
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I'm pleased to have had the opportunity to ask Susan Higginbotham some questions about her new historical novel, The First Lady and the ..read more
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Enthusiasts of Philippa Gregory’s Tudor novels may call her latest a departure, but the moody and atmospheric Tidelands is more of a ..read more
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Spera’s debut novel brims with grim authenticity as she recounts the unexpected bond between three women in the small town of ..read more
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Here's a roundup of historical fiction articles I found on the web recently.Negative reviews can be dismaying for authors, but they can ..read more
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Author Zenobia Neil's newest historical novel, The Queen of Warriors, is published this Thursday, and today she's stopping by with a ..read more
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For historical fiction fans interested in courtly intrigue but ready to move on from English and European locales, here’s a novel to ..read more
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Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of James I of England, narrates her own story in Elias’s wide-ranging novel. Her life encompasses many ..read more
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Three distinctive, remarkable women narrate Truong’s third novel. They never meet, but their lives are interconnected, and subtly ..read more

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