Revisit a classic story of historical heroes filled with adventure, suspense, intrigue, and plenty of thrills.
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Don't miss the opportunity to read this fantastic historical tale featuring the Three Musketeers!
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Quench your thirst for a thrilling literary adventure with this incredible story starring the Three Musketeers!
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The world-famous “cloak and sword” adventure novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas has two sequels. However, nobody knows what happened during the time gaps between them. Could the glorious musketeers stay away from swordplay, wars, political intrigues, and love affairs in the turbulent France of the 17th century?

Three Musketeers Again:

Unknown Adventures of Athos, Porthos, Aramis, and D’Artagnan:
ALL FOR ONE AND ONE FOR ALL

The world-famous “cloak and sword” adventure novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas has two sequels. However, nobody knows what happened during the time gaps between them. Could the glorious musketeers stay away from swordplay, wars, political intrigues, and love affairs in the turbulent France of the 17th century?

The reader will enjoy a new meeting with the favorite characters on the pages of this novel. The action begins where Alexandre Dumas left off: autumn 1628, La Rochelle. The heroes’ adventures span not only Old Europe, but spread across the Atlantic to the New World. All is there: capturing and intriguing plot, brilliant humor, and, of course, love!

Excerpts of the Book

“He wants me to name him,” thought Rochefort.

And said: “I believe that the best candidate is the Lieutenant of the Musketeers of his Majesty, Monsieur d’Artagnan.”

“Do you, indeed? But he is a Gascon and resembles a Breton fisher as well as I – his Majesty, Louis XIII.”

“No matter, your Eminence!” exclaimed Rochefort, once more mentally congratulating himself with a sound choice of a patron. “After all, La Rochelle was granted to these gentlemen by Henry IV, for whom they offer prayers to this very day, and he too, as is well known, was from Gascony and once a committed Huguenot.”

“Until he accepted the Mass,” imperturbably remarked the cardinal.

“He did so under the influence of St. Bartholomew,”  echoed Rochefort.

“Well,” said the cardinal, gesturing La Houdinière to approach him.  “Immediately find me the Lieutenant of the king’s Musketeers, Monsieur d’Artagnan.”

La Houdinière respectfully touched his hat and turned his horse around.  He spurred her on, and the silent road, winding among the dunes, was awakened by the ringing staccato of the hooves.

“In the best-case scenario the ploy will succeed and I shall have La Rochelle, in the worst – I shall rid myself of the damned Gascon: the good Huguenots will help me with it.  In any case – I win,” thought the cardinal, observing the captain of his Guard melt in the distance.

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