Sharpe is tasked to protect the most important spy in Lord Wellington's network, but domestic issues, a traumatized young girl, and possible French spies all threaten his success.
Did You Know?
When Sharpe tells Harris to go home and write a book with lots of shooting in it and he will become a rich man. This is a direct reference to what some of the 95th Soldiers did do after the wars were over, and some did indeed become rich, due to the hero status that riflemen had at the time See more
Good shooting, Sharpe!
Follows Sharpe's Enemy
Oft in the Stilly Night
By Thomas Moore
Performed by John Kavanagh See more