The Persian Boy By Mary Renault This is my North Star of historical fiction.
He talks to Allen Barra about the Jewish mob, historical fiction, and how he grades Obama.
New Yorkby Edward Rutherfurd A sweeping account of four centuries of New York City from a master of historical fiction.
Would you rather write a novel of historical fiction about George W. Bush or Barack Obama?
And in a weird way, I saw myself writing those books as a writer of historical fiction.
Certainly The Cheats establishes her in my mind as our first writer of historical fiction.
Recently there has been a notable revival in historical fiction.
It falls partly into the category of historical fiction because much of it is sheerly created out of Mr. Belloc's own head.
The world is filled with historical fiction; it is the cant and the sham of the hour.
In “Monte-Cristo” Dumas left the path of historical fiction for the romance of his own time.