There is a new Dungeon Fantasy book out today, the second in the Denizens sub-line I helped launch with Barbarians.
I've been waiting for this for a long time - I first saw a preview a while back, I can't recall offhand what I was being asked it check it for. I threw in some commentary. In the usual way, I saw something that was a 9, said, "Here is how it can go to 10!" and Sean responded with a change that showed, no, it can go to 11.
The book is filled with great quotes, too - several from Dumas (The Three Musketeers and Twenty Years After both show up), one from Swords Against Death about Fafhrd and the Grey Mouser (both swashbucklers by attitude if not by template), one from The Duelists, Shakespeare has one in there too.
Much like Barbarians, this book expands on the Swashbuckler template to give more focused variations (such as the Duelist), ones that slide into new professions (the Rogue), or have a very particular bent (the Aristocrat). It also has lower-point variations that fit into the DF15 mold, too, which is a fantastic idea I wish Sean had come up with while I was writing Barbarians. It's packed with Power-Ups, too, and gets in a box of options from GURPS Martial Arts to expand your swashbuckler's combat options.
It does for swashbucklers what the previous book did for barbarians, only better. If you have any pretentions toward sneering while waving a sword around in a dungeon, get this book.