It’s been almost two months since the last round up of historical fiction and the numbers reflect that many of you have been treading the boards of the past of late. And why not? There has been some truly terrific releases in our favourite genre in the last few months, which is reflected in our numbers:
63 reviews on 41 books written by 37 authors
All of the most reviewed titles listed here are fairly newish releases, but it warrants pointing out that there was, overall, a really good mix of reviews on new and old books linked into our database during the last two months. Thanks, as always, to everyone who takes the time to link their reviews into our ever growing database. Your efforts are very much appreciated and are forming the building blocks of what we aim to have as a resource for readers and writers alike, long into the future.
Due to the large volume of reviews and extended time period this round up covers, I am only listing the review, not quoting, but if you click on the reviewer name, you will go straight to their review.
There Was Still Love by Favel Parrett – 4 reviews
The Orange Grove by Kate Murdoch – 4 reviews
Dead Man Switch by Tara Moss – 4 reviews
Wearing Paper Dresses by Anne Brinsden – 3 reviews
Heart of the Cross by Emily Madden – 3 reviews
The Bee and The Orange Tree by Melissa Ashley – 2 reviews
The Girl in the Painting by Tea Cooper – 2 reviews
Khaki Town by Judy Nunn – 2 reviews
Until next month…
About Theresa: Writer, avid reader, keen reviewer, book collector, drinker of all tea blends originating from Earl Grey, and modern history enthusiast. I enjoy reading many genres but have a particular interest in historical fiction. You can find me and all of my book related news and reviews at Theresa Smith Writes, Facebook, Goodreads, Instagram, and Twitter @TessSmithWrites.