18th Century

Copper Sun

By Sharon Draper - Published 2006


Children/Young Adult

In 1738, fifteen-year-old Amari’s peaceful village life in Africa came to an end. Her village was burned and her family brutally murdered as ...Read Review

The Alchemist’s Daughter

By Katharine McMahon - Published 2006


Biographical Fiction

In lyrical prose, this novel details the life of Emilie Selden, a female scientist in 18th century England, squirreled away in her father’...Read Review

No Choice but Freedom

By Pat Mattaini Mestern - Published 2006



In the 1750s, an English heiress, Joanna, marries an American planter. She has remained in England while her husband occasionally visits in the ...Read Review

A Heart for Any Fate

By Suzanne Lyon - Published 2005


Biographical FictionSaga

On the beautiful banks of the New River in Virginia in 1790, Hannah Allison married Willard Temple Cole. Hannah and Temple took up farming ...Read Review

Much Ado About Magic

By Patricia Rice - Published 2005



In the latest installment of Patricia Rice’s series of historical romances, Lady Lucinda Malcolm Pembroke is swept off her feet—literally—and ...Read Review

Rules of Engagement

By Bruce Alexander - Published 2005



This is the eleventh and final book in the mystery series featuring the blind magistrate Sir John Fielding (half-brother of novelist Henry) and ...Read Review

On the Spur of Speed

By J.E. Fender - Published 2005



In volume four of the Frost series, J.E. Fender provides a new insight into a seldom-seen Revolutionary War battle, a detailed look ...Read Review


By Cameron Judd - Published 2005


AdventureBiographical Fiction

Cameron Judd’s biographical novel of Daniel Boone is amusing, poignant, and gripping, and the author manages to provide a wealth of historical ...Read Review

What Lies Buried: A Novel of Old Cape Fear

By Dewey Lambdin - Published 2005



Readers may be familiar with Lambdin from his naval adventures, and though his love of all things nautical appears in passing, he’s ...Read Review

Adam Runaway

By Peter Prince - Published 2005



In 1721, the protagonist of the novel, Adam Hanaway, leaves his mother and sister in England to seek success in Lisbon after his father’...Read Review