When a bold and ambitious MI5 rookie agent discovers a dastardly plot to kill the heir to the throne of Britain, he finds himself recruited by the Prince’s three closest friends – and unofficial guards. Their code name: the Musketeers. This adaptation of Dumas’ classic sees the story transplanted to contemporary London. While the monarchy is undergoing a crisis of identity, value remains in chivalry, tradition and brotherhood. If the merit of all things lies in their difficulty, then this is going to be very meritorious…

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Karen works in witness protection, helping murderers blend in for the greater good of society.

Her team has a perfect record and no one’s identity has ever been discovered.

But when a high-profile mafia accountant murders his wife and then turns snitch, Karen’s efficiency will be tested.

Now everyone’s out for revenge.



15-year-old Francis is not the most popular kid at school. British born and Vietnamese, she is very normal, just a little awkward. Sometimes. She’s not disliked, she’s just never around. She leaves at lunchtime three times a week and never catches the bus home, no one really knows why.

The truth is she works for her dad (Mum left a long long time ago), couriering packages around Hackney, one ounce at a time. She thinks they’re candles and is told to treat each package with care and secrecy. It’s a sweet gig. But, when Francis loses a large parcel, she’ll discover how far her father has gone to keep his family afloat and stay in this country. And worse yet, she’ll take it upon herself to find out just who stole the package.



Alfie & Jim are 17. Alfie is outgoing, loud and popular. Jim is everything Alfie is not: timid, awkward, hesitant. But with Alfie, he feels more confident, even though he gets treated like a lackey. One day, seeking entertainment in their sleepy seaside village, Alfie convinces Jim to go sailing, despite the rough weather and Jim’s total lack of experience. The weather intensifies, and a stray boom forever changes everything. Now, riddled with guilt and mourning the loss of his best friend, Alfie comes across a bucket list of things Jim wanted to complete before heading to University.

Boom, and nothing was ever the same. For better and for worse. Alfie is going to do it all.



The mine is due for closure. The community is being torn apart. In this microcosm of Trump’s America, allegiances are chosen, between the mine and its owners, local and state politicians, and even family members.

Far-right forces are now at play as the battle between collectivism and individualism rages on.