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ABOUT THIS WEBSITE

Roman WomanThe Historical Fiction Authors Cooperative (HFAC) is an international group of authors who first teamed up in 2010 to offer readers a selection of high-quality historical fiction e-books. HFAC membership is by invitation only, allowing us to assure the quality of the books we feature on this site.

You can search for books by historical period—Ancient, Medieval, 15-16th Centuries, 17-18th Centuries, 19th Century or 20th Century—or by Author, or browse our entire Catalog. Visit our Blog for posts by HFAC authors on researching and writing historical fiction.

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HFAC is governed by an elected Board of Directors that operates according to our member-written Bylaws.

AUTHOR UPDATES

Anna Castle‘s Moriarty Takes His Medicine is the newest entry in our 19th Century list.

Libbie Hawker‘s White Lotus joins our Ancient list.

Donis Casey‘s The Return of the Raven Mocker is the ninth in her 20th Century series.

Michael Lewellyn‘s The Goat Castle Murder joins our 20th Century list.

Richard Sutton unveils the first book, Voyages, in a new ancient-history series called The Gift.

Katie Aiken Ritter, our newest author-member, brings Viking: The Green Land to our Medieval list.

Libi Astaire‘s The Vanisher Variations is her latest Jewish Regency Mystery.

Ann Parker‘s new What Gold Buys joins our 19th Century list.

Ciji Ware, our newest author-member, adds five novels to our 18th and 19th C. lists: A Cottage by the Sea, A Light in the Veranda, A Race to Splendor, Island of the Swans, and Midnight on Julia Street.

Mirella Sichirollo Patzer‘s The Prophetic Queen now appears in our Medieval list.

M. Louisa Locke‘s newest Victorian San Francisco Mystery, Pilfered Promises, appears in our 19th Century catalog.

FEATURED BOOKS

Richard Sutton’s historical novel, The Gift: Voyages, is our newest Featured Book. In this blog piece Sutton discusses his inspiration for this new series about the ancient world.

Michael Llewellyn’s novel, The Goat Castle Murder, is our second Featured Book. In this blog piece, Llewellyn details the famous 1930s case that inspired this wonderfully Southern gothic tale.