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In the fourth installment of The Black Knight Chronicles, Jimmy Black is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day and a darned fine pity party, serving the finest alcohol, when a call from his not-quite-girlfriend-cop forces him to sober up and stare at jawbones. "Cold case" takes on a whole new meaning when vampire detectives risk life and limbs (literally) to connect a series of decades-old kidnappings in Charlotte with current missing persons cases. All clues lead through the veil of Faerieland to the legendary Goblin's Market, a magical bazaar where anything is available--for a price. The boys can barely stay out of trouble in Charlotte. As fresh meat at The Market, they'll be lucky to survive the day.
Book 5: In the Still of the Knight
The bodies are piling up!Murders are happening outside Charlotte's hottest nightspots. A new vampire society has set up shop in the sewers. And Jimmy Black's about to run afoul of the Master of the City. If Jimmy weren't already a vampire, the week ahead would be the death of him. Between murder, monsters, pesky vampire ethics, and territorial disputes, Jimmy is about to discover how far he's willing to go to save the world and one friend's soul. There are no easy choices, even for vampire geeks.
Book 6: Man in Black
The latest book in the award-winning Black Knight Chronicles is a raucous ride through the city of Charlotte's seedy underbelly with the most unlikely crime lord ever. Jimmy Black's knack for stumbling into the right place at the wrong time has landed him his dream job--or worst nightmare--Master Vampire of the City. Almost everyone that works for him wants him dead. His best friend isn't speaking to him.
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By P6PTX on 04-28-18
So great I donated blood to a shady blood center..
Whie similar to typical 'modern vampire' lexicons (no need for invites to enter,varying strengths or weaknesses depending on sire ,etc), I found this very entertaining and the nearly nonexistent foul language was a breath of relief.The story wasnt soured by the prepubescent vernacular of a mouthy preteen.The series had its out-there moments but they were always reminding the reader,"this is cool and all but we got a mission to finish".Nick J. Russo is an excellent narrator and he overall did incredible , even if he made Bobby the Medical Examiner and Greg vocal twins.I hope to find more of John G. Hartness' writing especially on Audible.I wouldve given the series 6 stars of allowed!