Bernard Cornwell Sharpe Series 3 (11 To 16) Collection 5 Books Set - Fiction - Paperback - St Stephens Books

Bernard Cornwell Sharpe Series 3 (11 To 16) Collection 5 Books Set - Fiction - Paperback

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Titles In This Set:

1. Sharpe’s Fury
2. Sharpe's Battle
3. Sharpe's Company
4. Sharpe's Sword
5. Sharpe’s Enemy

Description:

Sharpe’s Fury
Spain, March 1811

Cadiz is under siege – the last city standing in France’s conquest of Spain. So Captain Richard Sharpe must navigate the spymasters and murderous factions within its walls – and see off deadly threats from more than one enemy.

Deserted by their ailing Spanish allies, the British are heavily outnumbered as they prepare to halt the French at Barrosa – their last chance of liberating the fortress city of Cadiz. And ready to face his old enemy in battle is Sharpe . . .

Sharpe's Battle
Spain, May 1811

As the British struggle to keep their last strongholds in Spain, Captain Richard Sharpe is handed a grenade of a command – ordered to train the Spanish palace guards for battle. But when the crumbling frontier fort where they are based becomes the target for the elite French attack, Sharpe is confronted by an old enemy.

After a desperate fight, the British are badly beaten and bruised – and so is Sharpe’s fragile reputation. The only hope of redemption is glory in one of the fiercest battles of the whole war. And so leading his men through the blood-stained, narrow streets of Fuentes de Oñoro is Sharpe . . .

Sharpe's Company
Spain, January 1812

Lieutenant Richard Sharpe faces threats from all sides when an old adversary joins the ranks. Yet, despite the risks, he must embark on a deadly mission – to capture the impenetrable fortress of Badajoz.

It’s a long, cold winter for war as the French force onwards – but Sharpe’s battle-rage burns. Only a Forlorn Hope, a near-suicidal move into the breach, will give the army hope of capturing the fortress. And boldly leading the attack is Sharpe . . .

Sharpe's Sword
Spain, June 1812

In the beautiful city of Salamanca, Captain Richard Sharpe must hunt down and safeguard Britain’s most valuable spy, ‘El Mirador’, before he’s silenced by France’s deadliest assassin – even at the risk of his own life.

In the shadowy world of Salamanca’s high society, where secrecy blurs the lines between friend and foe, it seems that other figures are out to destroy the British. Whilst outside the city’s walls, the armies gather for one of the biggest battles of the war – and risking everything for victory, even betraying one he loves, is Sharpe . . .

Sharpe’s Enemy
Spain, December 1812

In a deathly cold winter on the Spanish-Portuguese border, a group of deserters take British hostages and it falls to Major Richard Sharpe to lead the perilous rescue mission in the biting cold mountains – where he faces one of his oldest, and most cunning, adversaries.

The British army’s fate rests on the hostages’ liberation. Outnumbered and attacked from two sides, it looks like surrender or certain death on the Gateway of God pass. Yet prepared to hold his ground, or risk his life trying, is Sharpe . . .