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- Grab your current read.
- Let the book fall to a random page.
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Was it D'Artagnan's imagination or did Athos's bearing become more military and more rigid at those words and his expression more determindly aloof?
D'Artagnan remembered the story that had come out of Athos's mouth almost a month ago, the story that Athos had told of the Count who'd killed his wife.
From p. 110 of The Musketeer's Seamstress (A Musketeer's Mystery, 2) by Sarah D'Almeida (aka Sarah Hoyt).
I've barely started this book, but I really enjoyed the first in the series—it made me want to read Alexandre Dumas's The Three Musketeers.