From the pages of Alexandre Dumas’ classic adventure novels come the Three Musketeers. The King of France’s personal guard will pledge their loyalty to their country and themselves in their boisterous cry, “All for one and one for all!” Now these colorful characters are back. First we have Athos, the veteran soldier who lives with a broken heart. Then we have Aramis, the priest turned swordsman. Finally there is Porthos, the larger than life rascal with a giant appetite for food, women and adventure. All of them watching over their young protégé, the handsome and daring D’Artagnan.
In two fast-paced action tales and one thrill-packed novella, these four famous heroes are back to thrill and excite new readers. From Italy, to Spain and then the new world of Canada, these men will take on any and all villainy as only they can. New Pulp scribes Joel Jenkins, Paul Beale and Alan J. Porter deliver three amazing tales continuing the exploits of Dumas’ cavalier musketeers. Read by Roger Price.
Table of Contents:
The Devil of Monferrato
by Joel Jenkins
The King’s Musketeers are dispatched to Italy to help Duke Nevers fend off an invasion by the Spanish and their German Hapsburg allies.
The Lady of Acadia
by Paul Beale
Musketeer D’Artagnan travels to the new world to witness the battle of Fort Latour in New Brunswick, Canada, and finds himself pitted against a sadistic agent of the Cardinal’s known as the Musketeer Killer.
by Alan J. Porter
A lost letter written by the Queen must be found or else it threatens a new war with Spain. Desperately she calls upon a retired Musketeer to find the missing message.