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Best-selling and acclaimed novelists from Kensington Publishing share intriguing historical facts unearthed during their research, offering readers a glimpse of society, culture and life during their novels’ time periods. Look for more Victoria Vignettes in each issue of the magazine and return here each month for more fascinating historical context!

The Traitorby V. S. Alexander

The Traitor by V. S. Alexander

Art in WWII Germany By V. S. Alexander, Author of The Traitor When we have the opportunity, we savor the warmth of an art gallery or...

The Bachelor by Sabrina Jeffries

Archery By Sabrina Jeffries, Author of The Bachelor, The Duke Dynasty Series Victorian ladies were always looking for healthy ways to exercise that were also considered...

Seduce Me With Sapphires by Jane Feather

Setting the Stage for Success By Jane Feather, Author of Seduce Me With Sapphires Theatre throughout Britain, but particularly in London, grew and prospered in Victorian...
Death Comes to the Nursery By Catherine Lloyd

Death Comes to the Nursery By Catherine Lloyd

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in Regency England By Catherine Lloyd, Author of Death Comes to the Nursery, A Kurland St. Mary Mystery In the Georgian period and...
The Arrangement By Minerva Spencer with Sylvia Day and Kristin Vayden

The Arrangement By Sylvia Day with Minerva Spencer and Kristin Vayden

Why I Love Marriage of Convenience Romances By Minerva Spencer, Author of The Arrangement with Sylvia Day and Kristin Vayden When I look at the books...

A Lady’s Deception By Susanna Craig

Governesses in Fact and Fiction By Susanna Craig, Author of A Lady’s Deception, A Rogues and Rebels Novel   The governess is a familiar fixture in Victorian literature,...

Anyone But a Duke By Betina Krahn

Victorians’ Secret By Betina Krahn, Author of Anyone But a Duke One of the great puzzles of the Victorian era for me has always been the...
And Dangerous to Know By Darcie Wilde

And Dangerous to Know By Darcie Wilde

The Useful Women of Jane Austen’s England  By Darcie Wilde, Author of And Dangerous to Know, A Rosalind Thorne Mystery  It’s winter, and that makes it the perfect time...