Capitan Daniel Rawson is a soldier, spy, linguist and ladies' man. Whether he is extracting valuable intelligence from the wife of a French general or leading his men in a Forlorn Hope, Rawson is a man on whom the Duke of Marlborough can always rely. Seething with intrigue and packed with swashbuckling heroics, the novel follows the Confederate army on the long, perilous trek across Europe to meet the French and their allies at the ferocious battle of Blenheim. The first in an exciting new adventure series featuring Captain Daniel Rawson.More
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Trite story line.
I am going to try Marston's railroad series. If that is at the same level as this book, I'll give him up.
Reduce its size in half by getting rid of the trite filler. For example: Abigale: Daniel, I don't want you to go on the forlorn hope. Daniel: But Abigale, I am a soldier. Abigale: But you might be killed! Daniel: If I didn't go, it would be like you giving up your beauty!
The narrator not give Abigale an irritating five year old child's lisp.
Part 1 started off okay.
I gave up in the first ten minutes of Part 2.
- Gerald D. Johnson "PrsnlzdSgn"