Sharpe's Prey: The Expedition to Denmark, 1807 by Bernard CornwellSharpe's Prey: The Expedition to Denmark, 1807 by Bernard Cornwell

Sharpe's Prey: The Expedition to Denmark, 1807

byBernard Cornwell

Paperback | October 23, 2012

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"The greatest writer of historical adventures today."
Washington Post

Critically acclaimed, perennial New York Times bestselling author Bernard Cornwell (Agincourt, The Fort, the Saxon Tales) makes real history come alive in his breathtaking historical fiction. Praised as "the direct heir to Patrick O'Brian" (Agincourt, The Fort), Cornwell has brilliantly captured the fury, chaos, and excitement of battle as few writers have ever done—perhaps most vividly in his phenomenally popular novels following the illustrious military career of British Army officer Richard Sharpe during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. In Sharpe's Prey, Sharpe must prove his mettle once again after performing courageously on Wellesley's battlefields in India and the Iberian Peninsula, as he undertakes a secret mission to Copenhagen, Denmark in 1807 to prevent a resurgent Napoleon from capturing the Danish fleet. Perhaps the San Francisco Chronicle said it best: "If only all history lessons could be as vibrant."

Bernard Cornwell is the author of the acclaimedNew York Timesbestsellers1356andAgincourt; the bestselling Saxon Tales, which includeThe Last Kingdom,The Pale Horseman,Lords of the North,Sword Song,The Burning Land,Death of Kings,The Pagan Lord, and, most recently,The Empty Throne; and the Richard Sharpe novels, among many others.
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Title:Sharpe's Prey: The Expedition to Denmark, 1807Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.65 inPublished:October 23, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060084537

ISBN - 13:9780060084530

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"The direct heir to Patrick O'Brian." (The Economist)