Knight in Charlotte

Knight in Charlotte Being the collected adventures of Jeremy Leclerc Knight Templar as he defends the city of Charlotte NC from the powers of Mostly Evil gathered for the first time in one volume

  • Title: Knight in Charlotte
  • Author: Edward McKeown Laura Jean Stroupe
  • ISBN: 9781493511174
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • Being the collected adventures of Jeremy Leclerc, Knight Templar as he defends the city of Charlotte, NC from the powers of Mostly Evil gathered for the first time in one volume.

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      Published :2019-03-10T17:40:46+00:00

    About "Edward McKeown Laura Jean Stroupe"

    1. Edward McKeown Laura Jean Stroupe

      Edward McKeown is a writer and editor specializing in science fiction and fantasy with occasional forays into literary and nonfiction Ed escaped from NY, but his old hometown supplies much of the background to his humorous Lair of the Lesbian Love Goddess shorts, as his new hometown in Charlotte, North Carolina does for his Knight Templar fantasy series He enjoys a wide variety of interests from ballroom dance to the martial arts and has the good fortune to be married to the talented artist, Schelly Keefer He has also edited three Sha Daa anthologies of wry tales of the apocalypse and a wide variety of short stories Find him on Facebook and at edwardmckeown.weebly and e B004NM9ZU2 Ed is best known for his Robert Fenaday Shasti Rainhell series of SF novels set on the Privateer Sidhe issued by Hellfire Publications

    227 thoughts on “Knight in Charlotte”

    1. I really enjoyed this book. It was mostly because I live right outside of Charlotte NC and found it fun and interesting to read about places I know about or have been. I had a couple of laugh out loud moments, like when the renaissance festival was mentioned, and the Time Warner Cable thing. . husband works for them and the irate customer crack had me calling him to tell him about it.I have to admit I was a little confused as to the way this was written, I had assumed I was reading a short stor [...]


    2. I found this series of vignettes loosely tied together with a central cast of characters to be flat-out fun. From Hell, to Heaven and Faerie in between, I loved the fast-paced, irreverent style and by the end had fallen in love with many of the supernatural players, some of whom had developed some real depth in spite of themselves. And all against the backdrop of the sprawling Southern town-on-steroids that I, too, have a love/hate relationship with. With its vampire hookers and demon bankers, M [...]



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