Sharpe's Skirmish - Bernard Cornwell Reviews
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by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
For avid readers of the Sharpe books this is a short story of some 53 pages in length. At the normal price of £4.50 it is for die hard lovers of the Sharpe series but is a good read in this re-written version. The proceeds of the book's sale go to the Sharpe Appreciation Society (an appreciation of Sharpe and the soldiers of the early nineteenth century who fought in Portugal, Spain and France) and the Bernard and Judy Cornwell Foundation (scholarships for young people). The book is a good taster for anyone who might be interested in Richard Sharpe, with story elements and references to other books in the series. Richard Sharpe starts as a private ... Read the complete review
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