Murder Most Faire by Teel James Glenn

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...an easy read, peppered with literary and cinematic references, and the climax is worthy of an Errol Flynn movie.
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Eric Knight was looking forward to a great summer season Jousting at the Great Eastern Renaissance Faire until someone killed his best friend.

He tries to solve the cold-blooded murder of his best friend while trying to create and perform a season of make believe medieval mayhem. Suddenly he was plunged into a shadowy world of assassins and gunrunners while dealing with the grief of his friend’s death. Can he solve the mystery and find the killers before they find him? It was a debt of honor he would fulfill or die trying!

Follow the behind the scenes of the renaissance faire world, the humor, the camaraderie, the jealousy and the lustful, adventurous lives of the ‘rennies’ are laid bare.

 

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Published November 21, 2012 by Post Mortem Press. 237 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction
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Reviewed by Toni V. Sweeney on Nov 22 2012

...an easy read, peppered with literary and cinematic references, and the climax is worthy of an Errol Flynn movie.

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