Series: Sharpe

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Sharpe Classic Collection : Volume 2 by Tom Clegg
Sharpe Classic Collection :Volume One by Tom Clegg
Sharpe the Legend by Paul Wilmshurst
Sharpe's Rifles [1993 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg1
Sharpe's Eagle [1993 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg2
Sharpe's Company by Tom Clegg3
Sharpe's Revenge Collection Set by Tom Cleggcollection 3
Sharpe's Enemy [1994 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg4
Sharpe's Honour [1994 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg5
Sharpe's Gold [1995 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg6
Sharpe's Battle [1995 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg7
Sharpe's Sword [1995 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg8
Sharpe's Regiment [1996 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg9
Sharpe's Siege [1996 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg10
Sharpe's Mission [1996 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg11
Sharpe's Revenge [1997 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg12
Sharpe's Justice [1997 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg13
Sharpe's Waterloo [1997 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg14
Sharpe's Set Five: Waterloo by Tom Clegg13 & 14
Sharpe's Challenge [2006 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg15
Sharpe's Peril [2008 Videorecording] by Tom Clegg16
Sharpe's Waterloo by Bernard Cornwell20
Sharpe's Company, Sharpe's Enemy, Sharpe's Honour by Tom Clegg3-5
Sharpe's Set Two: Enemy [Videorecording] by Tom Clegg4-6
Sharpe's Sword Collection Set [Videorecording] by Tom Clegg6-10
Sharpe's Set Four: Siege [Videorecording] by Tom Clegg10-12
Sharpe: The Complete Collection [Videorecording] by Tom Clegg1-16

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