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Author: Edward Marston
Genre: Historical Fiction
Rights: World English
Pub. Date: 23rd May 2011
Part of the series:
Captain Rawson Series
The dashing Captain Daniel Rawson - spy, linguist, duellist, ladies' man and career soldier - can charm a lady as well as he can parry a sword. And whether it is extracting information from the wife of a French general or leading his soldiers in a Forlorn Hope, Rawson proves himself invaluable to John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough, and the Confederate forces as they head towards the ferocious battle of Blenheim.
But on their march across
Also hot on Rawson's heels are the murderous servants of the General Salignac, the latest man Daniel cuckolded. Their instructions are simple - kill Rawson and bring back proof. A simple order, but have they underestimated their target?
‘Edward Marston is famous as a writer of whodunits…This author is at his best writing about amiable heroes and hissable villains having some good-humoured adventures in an entertaining plot.’Historical Novels Review
‘An enthralling and accomplished historical adventure’Good Book Guide