Historical Fiction Reading Challenge 2021
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Hosted by: Marg @ The Intrepid Reader
Challenge period: 1st January to 31st December, 2021
Sign up: anytime during the year

All the details are available on the sign-up page.

There are six different reading levels: 20th Century Reader (2 books), Victorian Reader (5 books), Renaissance Reader (10 books), Medieval (15 books), Ancient History (25 books) and Prehistoric (50+ books).

Any sub-genre is acceptable: Historical Romance, Historical Mystery, Family Sagas, Historical Fantasy, Young Adult Historical Fiction, Military and Nautical Historical Fiction etc.

Again I'm signing up for the Prehistoric level (50+ books) and will be listing the books here as I read them with links to my reviews.

01. A Deadly Fortune by Stacie Murphy
02. All Manner of Things by Wendy J. Dunn
03. The Other Cipher by Heidi Eljarbo
04. The Things We Don't Say by Ella Carey
05. Georgana's Secret by Arlem Hawks
06. The Canterbury Murders by E.M. Powell
07. Restitution by Janet Lee Berg
08. A Necessary Evil by Abir Mukherjee
09. Smoke and Ashes by Abir Mukherjee
10. Death in the East by Abir Mukherjee
11. The Outcast Girls by Alys Clare
12. The Bee's Kiss by Barbara Cleverly
13. Tug of War by Barbara Cleverly
14. A Wild Legacy by Celeste De Blasis
15. Beware the Lizard Lurking by Vivienne Brereton
16. To The Dark by Chris Nickson
17. Widow's Lace by Lelita Baldock
18. Rhapsody by Mitchell James Kaplan
19. A New York Secret by Ella Carey
20. Mystery by the Sea by Verity Bright
21. A Captain for Caroline Gray by Julie Wright
22. The Queen's Dressmaker by Meghan Masterson
23. The Penmaker's Wife by Steve Robinson
24. Ropewalk: Rebellion. Love. Survival by H D Coulter
25. Sunflower Sisters by Martha Hall Kelly
26. The Year We Lived by Virginia Crow
27. Paris in Ruins by M.K. Tod
28. The Moonlit Murders by Fliss Chester
29. Beyond This Broken Sky by Siobhan Curham
30. America's Daughter by Celeste De Blasis
31. The Cotillion Brigade by Glen Craney
32. Breaking Lucky by Bruce Mitchell

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