Fire and Sword

Edward Marston


Returning to camp from a deadly solo venture at the back of enemy traces, profession soldier Daniel Rawson reveals himself stranded strolling with French squaddies in fierce pursuit. With aid from a neighborhood farmer and the mortgage of a horse, Daniel manages to flee via the surface of his the teeth. but if Daniel returns to thank the fellow he unearths the farmhouse and barn were set ablaze and the farmer is imminent loss of life, it appears by the hands of English squaddies. again at domestic in England there's political unrest. Queen Anne’s favour has shifted inflicting the Duke of Marlborough to surrender as Commander-In-Chief. After a number of related raids on different farms, Daniel enlists assistance from his outdated pal, Henry Welbeck to assist examine. all of the whereas the treacherous and scheming French Commander, the Duc de Vendome, is changing into hell bent at the trap of Daniel, whatsoever at his disposal.

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"A conflict long past undesirable is a brief solution to prove in a mountain of difficulty. "Fire and Sword" follows Captain Daniel Rawson as he flees the pressures of the French forces in early eighteenth century Europe. As a nefarious common of the French forces makes use of any potential essential to carry them to their justice, Rawson has to beat the percentages of being stranded sooner than not just does turmoil wreck his fatherland, yet he loses the affection of his existence. "Fire and Sword" is a riveting paintings of old fiction, hugely recommended."
Midwest e-book overview, 2011/04

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