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Rogue Angel
15 : Swordsman's Legacy

by Alex Archer
May 1, 2009
5 Hours
Ages 13+
In need of a break from work and some recent near-death adventures, archaeologist Annja Creed visits France to indulge one of her greatest fantasies: finding D''Artagnan''s lost sword. The rapier was a gift from the reigning monarch and has been missing since the seventeenth century.

And Ascher Vallois, one of Annja''s treasure-hunting friends, believes he has located the site of the relic.

But when Annja meets with Vallois, she learns that he''s made a huge sacrifice to protect the sword and its secret from a relic hunter. Annja discovers that the artifact holds the key to a fortune. And the man won''t stop until he gets everything he wants - including Annja.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, Tim Getman, Jonathan Watkins, Richard Rohan, James Konicek, Peter Stray, Jeff Baker, Tony Nam, M.B. Van Dorn, Elizabeth Jernigan, Casie Platt, Nathanial Perry and Chris Rohan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Matt Jacobs
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Chris Rohan
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Swordsman's Legacy by Chris (Posted on 10/12/2017)
the three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas, and a treasure hunt mixed in with an illegal cloning lab in Paris. Annja joins in an amateur dig with Ascher, a hunky fencing instructor, in France to find the presentation sword given to D'Artagnan by Queen Anne which turns out to have a hidden treasure map. Unfortunately, a biopirate wants their find badly enough to kill.

Annja and Ascher combine their skills to track down the clues left by Dumas and his ghostwriter, Maquet, which leads them into the tunnels under Paris. And in the background, Roux takes advantage of a genetics lab interested in historical figures to learn something about Annja's heritage.

I really enjoyed the literary inclusion...I'm tempted to re-read Dumas' Three Musketeers as well as a biography on Dumas to find out how accurately Archer portrayed both. I also enjoyed the peek into French history, a much more personal take than most history classes!
Swordman's Legacy by Bonnie (Posted on 8/4/2016)
I love how myths, legends, and history are drawn into Annja's reality. The Musketeers are set as center stage for this story. A little romance softens Annja's character but gives her more substance. Great story!
Swordsman's Legacy by Angelo (Posted on 5/1/2016)
probably one of my favorites to date GREAT story.
GA shout talk to Netflix, I see it working
Swordsman Legacy by Susan (Posted on 2/12/2016)
this one had me going, wonderful story, the only thing was I couldn't picture Ascher, he sounded real wimpy to me. but other then that loved the story line. 'one for all and all for one!'
Swordsman's Legacy by Elise (Posted on 12/17/2014)
Another great Creed story. Enjoyed this.
You are not ready for this one!! by sue (Posted on 9/27/2014)
From the beginning this story will get you rooting for the underdog! Annja Creed is as unprepared as we all are for the twists and turns of this adventure. The Rogue Angel stories have a historical leaning but this story could have been plucked right out of the pages of the NY Times! Swordsman's Legacy takes a controversial topic and turns it on its head in rare form.

Amazing story!
Swordsmans legacy by robert (Posted on 6/12/2014)
Need more info about the swords past but over all it was good
15 by Erica (Posted on 2/7/2014)
I found these several years ago at a truck stop and fell in love now I am still playing catch up with them in order. They just get better with every story. Alex Archer is a great writer.
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 5/23/2013)
I like this story. The supporting character seems kinda cheesy, but the story does turn out alright. GA is getting better in these. The music mix and sound effects are getting better.
Review by James Paty (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is another good story, and the author has added a few more bits to Annja's orphaned childhood in a cosmic sort of way. Another interesting character is added who could re-appear in a future episode.

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