Sharpe's Fury: Richard Sharpe And the Battle of Barrosa, March 1811 (Sharpe 11) by Bernard Cornwell

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For more than twenty years, the brave and dashing officer Richard Sharpe has been thrilling audiences on both the page and on screen. Now the incomparable Bernard Cornwell—'the direct heir to Patrick O'Brian'*—returns with an exciting new installment, the first new Sharpe novel in more than two years. The year is 1811, and the French appear to have won their war in Portugal and Spain. The British army is penned into a small part of Portugal, while all of Spain except for the sea-wrapped city of Cadiz has fallen to the invader. Captain Richard Sharpe has no business being in Cadiz but finds himself in a city under French siege, attempting to defeat a blackmail attempt by Spaniards who want to break the alliance with Britain and forge a friendship with Napoleon's France—diabolical plans that only Sharpe can thwart. A triumph of both historical and battle fiction, 'Sharpe's Fury' will sweep both old and new Sharpe fans into their hero's incredible adventures. This 1995 HarperCollins Paperback is in Very Good condition.

ISBN: 9780007233946 SKU: 904833 Note: Any image shown is from a stock photo and is not the actual book.