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Riassunto: Paris, 1627.
Ravaged by a new outbreak of the Black Death, France is ripe for civil unrest and rebellion. When the King’s brother marches on the palace at the head of an army backed by the country’s enemies, King Louis and his wife, Anne of Austria, are driven into exile and hiding.
Four years later, a young man from Gascony flees north after losing his entire family to the plague, and his land to armed peasants. Hungry and desperate, he finds himself falling in with three most unusual men and their even more unusual friends.
All is not as it seems, however. What sort of intrigue has young Charles d’Artagnan stumbled upon?
Author’s note: This book contains graphic depictions of sex and violence, and includes descriptions of self-injury with religious connotations. It is intended for an adult readership.
About the Author: R. A. Steffan began writing for pleasure in 2005. After honing her skills for a few years in amateur circles, she eventually transitioned into freelance nonfiction writing and ghostwriting professionally published short fiction. The Queen’s Musketeers series marks her first foray into both serialized stories and novel-length works. She has found the experience of wrangling more extended and intricate plot lines–along with a larger cast of characters–to be educational, frustrating, and fulfilling by turns. With luck, the end result will prove to be an enjoyable experience for readers. When not writing, the author enjoys reading, horseback riding, walking her dogs, and raising a small backyard flock of ducks.
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