Pro Se Productions has announced a new Three Musketeers book, that collects tales of the Muskateers of the Guard.

Masters of the Blade… Heroes without Compare… Legends in their own Time… These are The Musketeers! One For All: Tales of the Musketeers is a swashbuckling return to tales of the group of special soldiers made famous by Alexandre Dumas and in innumerable adaptations. Yet, what of Musketeers beyond their four famous literary brethren? Adventurers, men of honor, rogues, and dedicated makers of right alike wore the crest of the Musketeer throughout the organization’s storied and rather long history. And authors David J. Fielding, Stacy Dooks, and Richard C. White now peel back the curtain to reveal the glistening blades and daring do of other Musketeers, men who truly stood the stead to protect good from evil, who fought, bled, and died proving each one of them lived the motto- One For All!

It is interesting that the Musketeers continue to be the focus of books and movies even though Alexandre Dumas’s tale is 172 years old.

“There are heroes,” says Tommy Hancock, Pro Se Productions Editor in Chief, “that are simply iconic, that are part of the fabric that defines heroic fiction. The Three Musketeers as written by Dumas definitely fall into that category. So much about the concept of these honorable men with blades defending one another, their King, and their country rings true with readers of Genre Fiction, even today. ONE FOR ALL: TALES OF THE MUSKETEERS is an opportunity to look beyond the four characters we all know to the other men who bore the name. The Musketeers had a long history and we have three of the best writers possible bringing that wonder to life in these pages, while getting to release a little bit of their inner Errol Flynn. Fun, action, and honor from the first page to the last.”

One for All: Tales of the Musketeers features tales by Stacy Dooks, David J. Fielding, and Richard C. White, and is available now in print and digital format.

via Pro Se Productions


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