|Richard Sharpe and The Battle of Waterloo|
|Cover||The Battle of Waterloo|
|ISBN||ISBN 0006473245 - HarperCollins Paperback edition (1995)|
|Preceded by||Sharpe's Revenge|
|Followed by||Sharpe's Ransom|
Napoleon having escaped from Elba, Richard Sharpe leaves his farm in Normandy to rejoin the British Army, and is created a Lieutenant Colonel of a Dutch-Belgian cavalry regiment, a sinecure to give him standing as one of the Prince of Orange's staff officers. Sharpe's lover Lucille has followed him to Belgium with their infant son, Henri-Patrick, as has Sharpe's friend Patrick Harper, now a civilian who has ostensibly come to Belgium to trade in horses, but unofficially to resume his place at Sharpe's side.
Characters in Sharpe's WaterlooEdit
- Lt. Col. Richard Sharpe – a staff officer for the Prince of Orange.
- Patrick Harper – now a civilian, Dublin pub owner, horse trader.
- Lt. Simon Doggett – a British officer on the Prince of Orange's staff.
- Lord John Rossendale – British cavalry officer, and Sharpe's enemy.
- Jane Sharpe – Sharpe's estranged wife.
- Lucille Castineau – Sharpe's woman.
- Daniel Hagman – Rifleman.
- Major Dunnett – Rifle officer, Sharpe's old commander.
- Lt. Harry Price – officer in the Prince Of Wales' Own Volunteers.
- Capt. Peter d'Alembord - officer in the Prince Of Wales' Own Volunteers
- Lt. Col. Joseph Ford – new commanding officer of the Prince Of Wales' Own Volunteers.
- Major Edwin Vine - officer in the Prince Of Wales' Own Volunteers