Sharpe's Christmas - Sharpe's Ransom p. 89-97 Summary & Analysis

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Sharpe's Ransom p. 89-97 Summary

Challon finishes eating the goose while Lucille puts Patrick to bed. Lorcet is nearly finished with Sharpe's accounts and though there is no evidence of the stolen gold, he assumes Sharpe wanted to keep the plunder a secret. When Lorcet admits they will have to kill Sharpe and Lucille after Sharpe returns with the gold, he finds Challon's suggestion that it does not matter what happens to her first distasteful, but he shuts his mouth when faced with Challon's pistol. Upstairs, Challon pushes Marie out of the room and promises Lucille that she is about to enter paradise, but his plans are interrupted when a sentry rushes into the bedroom and announces scores of people are coming to the farmhouse. Challon rushes to the tower to see a procession of people, led by a priest, edged on...

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