|Title:||Ramage at Trafalgar (The Lord Ramage Novels)|
|Categories:||The Walter Cronkite Collection|
|Publisher:||Secker & Warburg|
|Number of pages:||256|
Nicholas Ramage's marriage has been dogged by drama; their honeymoon was disrupted; Sara, his young bride, was taken prisoner by teh French; he was sent to the Caribbean . . . At lsst it seems that they are going to enjoy several months of each other's company in the house in Kent which Nicholas has inherited from an uncle. . .