Someone recommended I give this completely obscure adventure game a shot, and the few out there were quick to call it as good as Lucasarts. I hear that a lot, and it's not almost never true. Touche doesn't prove that wrong - it's certainly nowhere near Monkey Island - but it's occasionally quite amusing and despite the repetitive scenery isn't too bad. It's apparently quite pricey to find - the only one I saw on eBay ran for nearly $100, and I think there's one on Half.com for $300. Runs nicely on SCUMMVM though.
Touché: The Adventures of the Fifth Musketeer tells the amusing story of Le B run, the one Dimas just didn't bother to tell. The story begins with the brutal murder of the Lord De Peuple. While it initially appears to be a standard nighttime mugging, Geoffroi learns that it's in fact connected with an evil cardinal with a diabolical plan to take over France.
I assume Geoffroi is "Le B run"'s first name, but you just start using it out of the blue in the middle of the paragraph (Also, is "Le B run" spelled right?).
You do a similar thing when you first mention Henri; you mention him once in the beginning and then again three paragraphs later with no other introduction. A "Geoffroi's servant Henri accompanies him throughout the game" somewhere would go a long way to making this read better.
I'm also pretty sure it's spelled "Dumas", but you might want to double-check that.