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The Three Musketeers

The Three Musketeers

Tor Classics

Alexandre Dumas

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This edition of The Three Musketeers includes a Biographical Note by Stephen Brust.

Giant Porthos; elegant Aramis; mysterious, haunted Athos: they are fearless, loyal and unstoppable. They're also rogues, seducers and swindlers. But when thousands will die in a war fought over lost love, and lethal royal intrigues are daily events, people don't just need heroes-They need legends.

Armed only with quick wits and a lightning sword, young D'Artagnan just wants to serve with the King's Musketeers. He soon finds himself saving his queen from the subtle, deadly traps of her enemy, Cardinal Richelieu, and Richelieu's agent, the sadistic, beautiful monster Milady. Now Porthos, Aramis and Athos must keep the boy and his lover from being crushed in an international clash of political titans....

But can even the Three Musketeers help D'Artagnan save himself from the insane hatred of Milady's revenge?



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The Three Musketeers

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The Three Gifts of M. D'Artagnan the Elder.
On the first Monday of the month of April, 1626, the market-town of Meung, in which the author of the "Romance of the Rose" was born,...

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Alexandre Dumas

Alexander Dumas could have been a character from one of his novels. A true romantic, he was the son of Napoleaon's famous General Dumas, a prolific writer of over 277 volumes, a revolutionary and a man of tremendous appetites. He was born on July 24, 1802 and died penniless but happy on December 5, 1870 a refugee from his own excesses.

Alexandre Dumas

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