Historical American Revolution Fiction Reviews


Dreams of Glory

By Thomas Fleming - Published 2000



Thomas Fleming has written a wonderfully spellbinding novel of suspense and intrigue set during the climax of the Revolutionary War. British and American ...Read Review

The Border Men (Tennessee Frontier)

By Cameron Judd - Published 2000



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

All the Brave Fellows (Revolution at Sea Saga)

By James L. Nelson - Published 2000



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

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

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