Sharpe's Gold: Richard Sharpe and the Destruction of Almeida, August 1810 - Chapter 7-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7-8 Summary

Sharpe's men escape through a window in chapter 7. Meanwhile, Sharpe follows the girl they just rescued because he thinks her beautiful and he figures she must be important to the enemy. Following her to the cellar, she stops and shushes him just as a lancer jumps out and attacks them both. Sharpe's instincts save him and then he notices the Spanish bodies littering the floor. The girls searches for and finds Ramon, a man nailed to a wall.

Sharpe frees the man from the wall, with difficulty, and puts him over his shoulder so that they can escape. She leads them to a trap door where they exit and find the rest of the Company right outside. Relieved to see Sharpe alive, the men cheer. He orders everyone to head out of the village just as the approaching lancers descend upon...

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