Sharpe's Honour: Richard Sharpe and the Vitoria Campaign, February to June, 1813 - Prologue, Chapter One, and Chapter Two Summary & Analysis

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Prologue, Chapter One, and Chapter Two Summary

Sharpe's Honour is a continuation of the life of Richard Sharpe, a Major in the British regiment. The book covers Sharpe's life from February to June of 1813, while on campaign in Spain. British troops occupy Spain to help drive out French forces, and Spain's embarrassment at needing help from Wellington drives Spanish Inquisitor Father Hacha to plot with Major Pierre Ducos, a Frechman. King Ferdinand VII of Spain was imprisoned in France, held by Napoleon, until he signed the Treaty of Valencay. The Treaty declares the conflict between France and Spain over, but Spain must end the alliance with Britian. Ducos, Father Hacha, and his brother (El Matarife) hatch a plot that cryptically involves the death of a woman's husband, the theft of her fortune, and revenge against Richard Sharpe.

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