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Dashing career soldier and ladies man, Captain Daniel Rawson is always up for an adventure. So when the Duke of Marlborough proposes a dangerous undercover mission, Rawson happily accepts. One of their spies, a Dutch tapestry-maker based at the court of Louis XIV, the Sun King, has gone missing and Daniel is instructed to find out what has happened to the man. Meanwhile R Dashing career soldier and ladies man, Captain Daniel Rawson is always up for an adventure. So when the Duke of Marlborough proposes a dangerous undercover mission, Rawson happily accepts. One of their spies, a Dutch tapestry-maker based at the court of Louis XIV, the Sun King, has gone missing and Daniel is instructed to find out what has happened to the man. Meanwhile Rawson s stalwart Sergeant Welbeck is left in the camp with complications of his own. His wide-eyed nephew has joined the army as a drummer boy in pursuit of honor and glory. Welbeck would like nothing more than to ignore this eager young boy, but circumstances are conspiring to make this impossible. Furthermore, as opportunities to prove his victory at Blenheim more than a fluke are becoming scarce, the Duke himself is also coming under fire, while the Dutch are increasingly loath to play their part in such a costly war, making demands that are costing the British vital victories. With daring exploits and all the drama of the battle of Ramillies, the second in the Captain Rawson series is a worthy follow-up to the explosive success of Soldier of Fortune.

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Dashing career soldier and ladies man, Captain Daniel Rawson is always up for an adventure. So when the Duke of Marlborough proposes a dangerous undercover mission, Rawson happily accepts. One of their spies, a Dutch tapestry-maker based at the court of Louis XIV, the Sun King, has gone missing and Daniel is instructed to find out what has happened to the man. Meanwhile R Dashing career soldier and ladies man, Captain Daniel Rawson is always up for an adventure. So when the Duke of Marlborough proposes a dangerous undercover mission, Rawson happily accepts. One of their spies, a Dutch tapestry-maker based at the court of Louis XIV, the Sun King, has gone missing and Daniel is instructed to find out what has happened to the man. Meanwhile Rawson s stalwart Sergeant Welbeck is left in the camp with complications of his own. His wide-eyed nephew has joined the army as a drummer boy in pursuit of honor and glory. Welbeck would like nothing more than to ignore this eager young boy, but circumstances are conspiring to make this impossible. Furthermore, as opportunities to prove his victory at Blenheim more than a fluke are becoming scarce, the Duke himself is also coming under fire, while the Dutch are increasingly loath to play their part in such a costly war, making demands that are costing the British vital victories. With daring exploits and all the drama of the battle of Ramillies, the second in the Captain Rawson series is a worthy follow-up to the explosive success of Soldier of Fortune.
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Title Drums of War Height 12.7
Edward Marston Width 3
ISBN-13 9780749007904 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0749007907 Spine Width
Publisher Bantam Press Pages 384
Edition Availability In Stock

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