By Alex Bledsoe, Stefan Rudnicki, Inc. Blackstone Audio
Alex Bledsoe’s first novel, The Sword-Edged Blonde, drew rave experiences for its creative mix of fantasy and hard-boiled detective fiction. Now Bledsoe returns with an all-new story of suggest streets and medieval intrigue.Above Angelina’s Tavern in down-and-dirty Neceda you’ll locate the place of work of Eddie LaCrosse, a contract sword jockey who, for twenty-five gold items an afternoon, will tackle any activity in need of homicide for hire. Eddie’s on his long ago from a regimen research whilst his horse almost runs down a half-naked blonde in deep trouble. opposed to his higher judgment, he supplies to guard the apprehensive younger girl, in basic terms to discover himself waylaid through unknown assailants and left for lifeless beside her mutilated body.Eddie isn’t the type of man to simply permit whatever like this pass. But who killed Laura Lesperitt? Eddie’s quest for payback leads him to a tangled secret regarding a infamous crime lord, a backwoods dragon cult, royal scandals, and a duplicitous femme fatale who has hassle retaining her outfits on. As our bodies pile up, attracting the unwelcome awareness of the king’s guards, Eddie needs to use all his wits if he hopes to outlive . . .
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I don’t have a husband. . ” I scowled. I’d made an overnight run to a big manor house outside Tallega, delivering a sealed parchment and a bag of gold to some woman on behalf of a compromised nobleman. She’d taken the money, laughed at the note and slammed the door in my face. Her footmen made it abundantly clear I shouldn’t wait for a reply. Now it was after midnight, and what I most wanted was to be home with Liz, in our nice soft bed with her nice soft body pressed against me. Also, every instinct screamed that this damsel was trouble the same way a hurricane was rain.
Argoset stood, nodded respectfully to Liz and left. Muscles fell in behind him. Liz followed, watched them descend the stairs, then closed the outer door behind them. ” I sighed and sagged in my chair. Even sitting up straight was exhausting. “Yeah. ” Before I could answer there was a soft, furtive knock at the door. Liz palmed a knife from her belt and stood flat against the wall beside it. ” she said. “It’s me,” Gary Bunson said. Liz let him in. ” he asked at once. “And his charming gorilla,” Liz said.
It seemed odd because Joan had been thoroughly well connected to the powers that be in Neceda, something that took a while to establish and was not lightly thrown away. Liz shrugged. “Don’t know. ” “Yeah,” I said. A whorehouse shutting down wasn’t that unusual, but something about those red-scarved people stuck in my mind. Nothing shook immediately loose, so I pushed it aside for more immediate concerns. ” Liz said. “The tavern. ” She did as I asked. Even though it was not yet noon, a half-dozen horses were tied on the street outside Angelina’s establishment.
Burn Me Deadly: An Eddie Lacrosse Novel, Book 2 by Alex Bledsoe, Stefan Rudnicki, Inc. Blackstone Audio