Sharpe's Sword

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Penguin, Aug 1, 2004 - Fiction - 320 pages
4 Reviews
Colonel Leroux is killing Britain's most valuable spies, and it's up to Richard Sharpe to stop him. Thrust into the unfamiliar world of political and military intrigue, Sharpe must tangle with La Marquesa, a beguiling, extraordinarily beautiful woman whose embrace is as calculating as it is passionate. As she leads him through a maze of secrecy, cunning, and deception, Sharpe relentlessly pursues Leroux, determined to exact his revenge with the cold steel of his sword.
 

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Another really enjoyable read. Fighting the French in Spain 1812.

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Sharpe nearly dies! But of course Harper gets him through and he wins the day in the end. Some casual adultery with a French agent and a duel for once with the French rather than his own side, which is good for a change. Otherwise the usual shenanigans. Rated M for frequent violence. 3/5 Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
ii
Section 2
19
Section 3
30
Section 4
46
Section 5
59
Section 6
70
Section 7
79
Section 8
91
Section 17
211
Section 18
220
Section 19
231
Section 20
237
Section 21
245
Section 22
255
Section 23
263
Section 24
272

Section 9
107
Section 10
117
Section 11
147
Section 12
161
Section 13
171
Section 14
181
Section 15
190
Section 16
198
Section 25
282
Section 26
291
Section 27
295
Section 28
302
Section 29
307
Section 30
315
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Bernard Cornwell's Richard Sharpe series takes its hero to the battle of Waterloo--and beyond. Several novels are the basis of a television miniseries. He was born in London and lives in Chatham, Massachusetts.

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