18th Century

The Border Men (Tennessee Frontier)

By Cameron Judd - Published 2000

Genres:

AdventureMilitarySaga

The Border Men continues the saga of the Colter family during the years of the American Revolution. For Captain Joshua Colter, adopted son ...Read Review

The Bride and the Beast

By Teresa Medeiros - Published 2000

Genres:

FantasyRomance

If you are looking for a book well grounded in its time and place, full of interesting historical events and details, this book ...Read Review

All the Brave Fellows (Revolution at Sea Saga)

By James L. Nelson - Published 2000

Genres:

NauticalThriller

Novelists that sail in waters blessed by the genius of C.S. Forester and Patrick O’Brien place themselves in as much peril ...Read Review

Marike’s World

By Catherine M Rae - Published 2000

Genres:

Saga

Marike’s World is written in the form of a long letter from a woman living in New York City around the time ...Read Review

More Than a Mistress

By Mary Balogh - Published 2000

Genres:

Romance

Mary Balogh has a reputation as being one of the very best Regency-era writers. Until now, I’d read only one of her ...Read Review

Jane and the Stillroom Maid: Being the Fifth Jane Austen Mystery

By Stephanie Barron - Published 2000

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

A stillroom, in early nineteenth century England, was the place where medicines were distilled, stored and dispensed. The maidservant whose often-atrocious remedies begin ...Read Review

A Far Better Rest

By Susanne Alleyn - Published 2000

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“To-day they guillotined Danton; and with him died the fragile dream of Clemency, and all my hopes and prayers.” So opens Susanne Alleyn’...Read Review

Devilish

By Jo Beverley - Published 2000

Genres:

Romance

Known as the eminence noire of England, Bey Malloren, the Marquess of Rothgar, lives up to his moniker. Powerful at Court, mysterious, magnetic. ...Read Review

The Rose Grower

By Michelle de Kretser - Published 2000

Genres:

Literary

In 1789, monumental changes took place in France. Australian writer Michelle de Kretser’s debut novel begins on the famously fateful 14th of July — ...Read Review

Apalachee

By Joyce Rockwood Hudson - Published 2000

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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