18th Century


By Joyce Rockwood Hudson - Published 2000


Set in Florida and South Carolina between 1704 and 1715, this richly-textured story follows the intertwined lives of Native American, Spanish, and British characters and ...Read Review

The Overmountain Men (Tennessee Frontier)

By Cameron Judd - Published 2000


Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Cumberland House is republishing Judd’s fictional history of the early days of that state in three handsome trade ...Read Review

No Rest for the Dove

By Margaret Miles - Published 2000



No Rest for the Dove reunites Charlotte Willett and Richard Longfellow, neighbors and amateur sleuths in colonial Massachusetts, in solving a murder. The ...Read Review

A Time for Treason

By Anne Newton Walther - Published 2000


After George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River, they fought the British Army using gunpowder obtained from Bermuda, a British colony. ...Read Review

Dark Eagle: A Novel of Benedict Arnold and the American Revolution

By John Ensor Harr - Published 1999


Biographical FictionMilitary

The name Benedict Arnold is synonymous with the word “traitor” in the American vocabulary. With this novel the author attempts to set the ...Read Review

The Secret Wife of King George IV

By Diane Haeger - Published 2000



Diane Haeger is no stranger to tales of royal romance, having dramatized the love story of Henri II of France and Diane de ...Read Review