Sharpe's Honour: Richard Sharpe and the Vitoria Campaign, February to June, 1813 Characters

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Richard Sharpe

Major Richard Sharpe is a soldier's soldier, bound by his own personal code of ethics and a true love for his life as a soldier. Though he is torn apart with guilt by the death of his wife, Sharpe's Honour takes the hero on a cathartic journey through his own psyche. Though thought of by La Marquesa as a "simple" man, Sharpe's convictions and loyalties make him a formidable enemy. He is not willing to compromise his honor, which leads him on a series of escapades where he must prove himself yet again. His life is high stakes: because of the duel, his career, honor, and very life are on the line, not to mention being judged by all. He is given a chance to save his honor and his life is spared; he uses that chance to find La Marquesa. Sharpe does not love her but...

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