Sharpe's Prey: Richard Sharpe and the Expedition to Copenhagen, 1807 - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

Sharpe returns to the harbor and tells Chase that he needs two men. Chase does not like the idea of participating in rescuing Skovaard and killing Lavisser because the order does not come from official military channels, but he says that Hopper and Clouter will accompany Sharpe. Well armed, the three men go to Skovaard's house.

Peyman tours the devastation in the city. Lavisser knows about the intruder at his house the night before, and though he worried it was Sharpe, Barker assures him that it was most likely a common thief. Peyman says that he hopes that a reduced number of bombs might mean that the British are running out of ammunition.

Sharpe still wants to kill Bang, but Astrid says not to. Sharpe wakes Clouter and Hopper, and the three men make bombs. Because all the men in Lavisser's house are...

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