Author Archive : Alex Bledsoe
Wikipedia says that Bledsoe is an American author best known for his novels of the sword and sorcery and urban fantasy genre. To date, Bledsoe’s work is typically characterized by hard-boiled protagonists and strong classical noir themes. His official site is http://www.alexbledsoe.com/
Book 4 in the Eddie LaCrosse series. Eddie LaCrosse has a new client, and it is a surprising one to […]
Posted on 9 November 2013 | By Fence | 4 responses
Sitting in Angelina’s Tavern, Eddie LaCrosse’s winter evening is suddenly disturbed by a delivery. The delivery of a coffin to […]
Posted on 10 November 2011 | By Fence
Bronwyn Hyatt is coming home. A war hero. Or so some people say, others say she hasn’t changed a speck from the trash Tufa slut she was before she left, but to her family all that is important is that she is home. Back among the Tufa. And who are the Tufa? Well that no on seems quite sure of. They’ve been in the mountains of east Tennessee since before anyone can remember. Closely knit, and prizing musical ability, they live apart from other people. And Bronwyn is a true, pure-blooded Tufa, a First Daughter. But a haint is visiting, and there are ominus signs everywhere her people look.
Posted on 7 July 2011 | By Fence
Author Alex Bledsoe
An Eddie LaCrosse novel #2
This book takes place around a year, maybe more I can’t recall, after the first one, The sword-edged blonde and since then Eddie and Liz have become a couple. Apart from that nothing much has changed for Eddie. He is still a sword-jockey for hire, and returning one night from a job he almost runs over a blonde woman who is about to mess up his life.