A Very Murdering Battle (Captain Rawson)

A Very Murdering Battle (Captain Rawson)

Edward Marston


1709. Europe is within the grip of the coldest iciness for a century. Ports freeze. farm animals die. humans starve. Mutiny and desertions rattle the French military leaving Louis X1V to look for peace on virtually any phrases. Captain Daniel Rawson acts as an interpreter on the negotiations within the Hague, feeling acute frustration while the talks cave in. whereas the resumption of conflict looms shut handy back, Daniel is given a private undertaking by way of Marlborough himself which takes him deep at the back of enemy traces. If he survives, the conflict of Malplaquet, the bloodiest but, awaits him…

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