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The 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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Sarah Woodbury‘s Frost Against the Hilt is the latest in her “The Lion of Wales” series.
Peg Herring adds Double Toil and Trouble to our Medieval Catalog.
Priscilla Royal‘s Land of Shadows now appears in our Medieval catalog.
Andrew Levkoff, our newest author-member, adds The Other Alexander, A Mixture of Madness, and Blood of Eagles to our Ancient History list.
Lisa Yarde‘s The Pomegranate Tree is the fifth novel in her Sultana series.
M. Louisa Locke‘s novella, Violet Vanquishes a Villain, is the latest in her Victorian San Francisco Mystery series.
Donis Casey adds All Men Fear Me to our 20th Century list.
Sarah Woodbury‘s Masters of Time is the tenth novel in her After Climari series.
Steve Bartholomew introduces Tunnel 6, set in 19th Century California.
Michael Llewellyn brings us two time-travel novels—Still Time and Past Time—plus Creole Son, set in the 19th Century.
Suzanne Adair‘s Deadly Occupation is her third Michael Stoddard mystery.
M. Ruth Myers‘ Shamus in a Skirt is her fourth Maggie Sullivan mystery.
G. S. Johnson adds his third novel, The Cast of a Hand, to our 20th Century list.
Andrew Levkoff’s third book in his Bow of Heaven trilogy, Blood of Eagles, is our newest Featured Book. Read this blog piece for an author interview which details the background to his three books about Marcus Crassus and his slave Alexandros.
Donis Casey’s newest Alafair Tucker mystery, All Men Fear Me, is our second Featured Book. In this blog piece, Casey describes some of the effects of US entrance into WWI on a small community.