Most popular Napoleonic War fiction books
The most popular Napoleonic War fiction books currently available. Updated weekly.
Perfect for fans of Patrick O'Brian, Bernard Cornwell, and swashbuckling adventure during the great Age of Sail: To the Eastern Seas will be the twenty-second novel in Julian Stockwin's acclaimed Thomas Kydd series.
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The newly promoted Captain Richard Sharpe clashes with an incompetent colonel, leads his men in the battle of Talavera and earns himself a dangerous enemy.
Sergeant Richard Sharpe witnesses a murderous act of treachery and, with Sir Arthur Wellesley, faces the Mahratta Horde.
Richard Sharpe is sent to Copenhagen to deliver a bribe to stop the Danes handing over possession of their battle fleet to the French.
A small British army is stranded when the French invade northern Portugal and Lieutenant Richard Sharpe meets the future Duke of Wellington.
Richard Sharpe triumphs in the last battle of the war, only to find himself in worse peril when charged to recover Napoleon's treasure.
Major Sharpe, in the bitter winter, must attempt a desperate rescue and face his most implacable enemy.
Lieutenant Richard Sharpe and a detachment of riflemen join the assault of a strong French force holding the Holy City of Santiago de Compostela.
Richard Sharpe avoids the tyrannical Sergeant Obadiah Hakeswill and endeavours to rescue a British officer from under the nose of the Tippoo of Mysore.
Richard Sharpe, travelling home aboard the `Revenant', meets Admiral Nelson and his fleet, on what was a calm October day off Cape Trafalgar.
Richard Sharpe, who alone can recognise the top French spy, is under orders to capture him alive.
Onward, a new 38-gun frigate whose first mission is not war but diplomacy, as consort to the French frigate Nautilus. It is only when Nautilus becomes a sacrificial offering on the altar of empire that every man discovers the brotherhood of the sea is more powerful than the bitter memories of an ocean of blood and decades of war.
Ensign Richard Sharpe, newly made an officer, wishes he had stayed a sergeant after he is put in terrible danger by Sergeant Obadiah Hakeswill at the impregnable Gawilghur's ravine.
Captain Sharpe has to protect a philandering diplomat and, deserted by his ally, faces the enemy.
Lieutenant-Colonel Sharpe, sidelined on the Royal staff, magnificently siezes command at the final moment of the great victory.
Richard Sharpe, asked to help an old friend, meets, at last, the greatest enemy.
Commander Tom Kydd joins Nelson's fleet for the greatest sea encounter in history: the Battle of Trafalgar.
It is 1793. The thunder of cannon fire echoes across the English Channel, chilling the stoutest hearts ...The opening skirmishes of the French Revolutionary War send ageing frigate HMS Themis into waters swarming with enemy ships of the line.
Richard Sharpe, with enemies on every side, survives Marshall Massena's attack and ends at the lines of Torres Vedras.
Captain Richard Sharpe has to lead the attack on the terrible fortress.
Richard Sharpe returns to England to save the regiment.
'Wonderfully imaginative' Bernard Cornwell, author of The Last Kingdom. The third exciting adventure of maverick spy Captain James Keane. Perfect for fans of Simon Scarrow and Bernard Cornwell.
A masterful account of Napoleon's final years in exile, by Booker Prize-winning author Thomas Keneally
Now, as Amazon heads southwards on her voyage to India, Fury is involved in a dreadful shipboard accident and he finds himself working doubly hard to prove that he isn't cursed just like his father.
There's a leak in Wellington's army, and suspicion is falling on James Keane...'Wonderfully imaginative' Bernard Cornwell, author of The Last Kingdom.
Richard Sharpe is fighting for his Irish battalion and his own honour through the blood-stained streets of the town.