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?
Author Bernard Cornwell
named his hero Richard Sharpe after a famous British rugby player; the character of Leroux, his nemesis, was named after a South African player who broke Sharpe's ankle during a game. See more
Take my advice, Harris. When you get home, write a bloody good book with loads of shooting in it. You'll die a rich man.
Follows Sharpe's Enemy
I Touched Her on the Toe
Performed by John Tams See more