And waiting with the cornered Mahrattas is another enemy, the renegade Englishman William Dodd, who envisages a glorious triumph, for the Mahrattas have taken refuge in Gawilghur, India's greatest stronghold, perched high on cliffs above the Deccan Plain. He who rules in Gawighur, it is said, rules India, and Dodd knows that the fortress is impregnable, but it is here that Sharpe must face his enemies.
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©1999 Bernard Cornwell; (P)1999 HarperCollins UK
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Too much is cut out in this abridged version. Nothing wrong with the narrator, but characters and background is missing. Story misses so much that it isn't worth buying this one. Get the unabridged version, if there is one, I will be.
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