June, 1813 - The South Essex is seriously short of men and when Wellington is told there are no recruits available, he sends Sharpe to England to investigate.
Winter 1813 - Wellington is informed by the debonair Comte de Maquerre that Bordeaux is ready to rebel against Napoleon. Sharpe soon discovers that Bordeaux has no intention of rising against Napoleon and that Maquerre is a double agent.
France 1813 - The war is entering its final stages and the French formulate a desperate plan to capture Wellington's spy master, Major General Ross. Wellington and Ross are both suspicious of Brand's loyalty, but they do not reveal this to Sharpe.
Napoleon escapes from Elba and manages to rebuild an army. The British, Belgians, Dutch and Prussians unite against him and Sharpe is anxious to re-enlist for this final confrontation.
The wars over, Sharpe returns to England with his reputation restored. He is ordered to the North of England to command a local militia force in his home town which is troubled with unrest.
After the last battle has been fought, the Peninsula war is finally over for Britain and her allies, but the action does not end here for Sharpe. He is framed by his long-time enemy, Ducos, and accused of stealing Napoleon's treasures.
Col Simmerson arrives with his regiment, the South Essex. Wellesley arranges for the regiment to blow up the bridge at Valdelacasa. Knowing Simmerson is incompetent, Wellesley orders Sharpe to make the mission successful in exchange for a promotion.
The sudden death of a convict leads Inspector Morse and Sergeant Lewis to investigate the complex affairs of three businessmen jailed for fraud.
In a last-ditch effort to save her son, Becca faces her inner demons; Suspect Zero tries to finish his sale.
Becca faces her inner demons; Suspect Zero tries to finish his sale.
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