Sharpe's Sword: Richard Sharpe and the Salamanca Campaign, June and July 1812 Character Descriptions

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Captain Richard Sharpe

This character is first described as tall, dark, and brooding and is an orphan who was raised in a foundling home.

Sergeant Patrick Harper

This character is described as a gigantic Irishman who is huge in stature and equally larger than life in his sense of humor.

Father Patrick Curtis

This character from Salamanca has a tendency to seem to be everywhere at once.

Helena (a.k.a. La Marquesa de Caesares el Grandes y Melida)

This beautiful character speaks five languages and has a keen interest in the outcome of the war.

Major Michael Hogan

This character is an officer who is tasked with gathering intelligence about enemy activity.

General Wellington (a.k.a. The Peer)

This character is the commander of all British forces in Spain. He is a brilliant strategist and has a long record of victory against the French.

Colonel Philippe Leroux

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