Series: Sharpe's Adventures: Chronological order
|Sharpe's Tiger: The Siege of Seringapatam, 1799 by Bernard Cornwell||1, 1799|
|Sharpe's Triumph by Bernard Cornwell||2, 1803|
|Sharpe's Fortress by Bernard Cornwell||3, 1803|
|Sharpe 3-Book Collection 1: Sharpe's Tiger, Sharpe's Triumph, Sharpe's Fortress (Sharpe Series) by Bernard Cornwell||Box Set 1 - 3|
|Sharpe's Trafalgar by Bernard Cornwell||4, 1805|
|Sharpe's Prey by Bernard Cornwell||5, 1807|
|Sharpe's Rifles by Bernard Cornwell||6, 1809|
|Sharpe's Havoc by Bernard Cornwell||7, 1809|
|Sharpe's Eagle by Bernard Cornwell||8, 1809|
|Sharpe's Gold by Bernard Cornwell||9, 1810|
|Sharpe's Escape by Bernard Cornwell||10, 1810|
|Sharpe's Fury by Bernard Cornwell||11, 1811|
|Sharpe's Battle by Bernard Cornwell||12, 1811|
|Sharpe 3-Book Collection 4: Sharpe's Escape, Sharpe's Fury, Sharpe's Battle (Sharpe Series) by Bernard Cornwell||10 - 12|
|Sharpe's Company by Bernard Cornwell||13, 1812|
|Sharpe's Sword by Bernard Cornwell||14, 1812|
|Sharpe's Skirmish by Bernard Cornwell||15, 1812|
|Sharpe's Enemy by Bernard Cornwell||16, 1812|
|Sharpe 3-Book Collection 5: Sharpe's Company, Sharpe's Sword, Sharpe's Enemy by Bernard Cornwell||13 - 16|
|Sharpe's Honour by Bernard Cornwell||17, 1813|
|Sharpe's Regiment by Bernard Cornwell||18, 1813|
|Sharpe's Christmas by Bernard Cornwell||19, 1813|
|Sharpe's Siege by Bernard Cornwell||20, 1814|
|Sharpe's Revenge by Bernard Cornwell||21, 1814|
|Sharpe's Waterloo by Bernard Cornwell||22, 1815|
|Sharpe's Ransom by Bernard Cornwell||22.5|
|Sharpe's Devil by Bernard Cornwell||23, 1820|
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A series of British historical novels set in the Napoleonic wars featuring Richard Sharpe, who rises from a common soldier to an officer in Wellington's army.
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