Sharpe's Sword: Richard Sharpe and the Salamanca Campaign, June and July 1812 - Part Two, Chapters 12 through 14 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Chapters 12 through 14 Summary

Sharpe and Harper run into the city. The wounded are being taken to Irish College, and Sharpe estimates that Leroux has a thirty to forty minute lead. When Sharpe and Harper reach the area set up as a hospital, Sharpe asks a British sergeant where the officers are taken. The sergeant directs Sharpe to the surgeon's room, and Sharpe orders Harper to search upstairs.

Leroux is upstairs. He is still covered in another man's organs. He knows a horse will be waiting for him nearby at three in the afternoon. Leroux needs just ten more minutes before his horse arrives, and then he sees Sharpe in the courtyard below. Leroux hears a sentry confront someone, and as Leroux stands, Harper is looking the other way. The sentry sees Leroux and falls against Harper, causing Harper's gun to...

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