Today is the official release day for the third Eddie LaCrosse novel, DARK JENNY. It drops as a trade paperback, e-book for all the usual platforms, and audiobook, read once again by Stefan Rudnicki.
And how, you ask, does this novel stack up to the previous ones?
“Bledsoe skillfully combines humor, action, deduction, and emotion to make the material fresh and engaging for fans of both fantasy and noir.” –Publishers Weekly starred review
“Bledsoe’s clever combination of noir and myth makes for an engaging story, and placing investigator Eddie at the center offers a fresh twist.”–Booklist starred review
“The third Eddie LaCrosse adventure delivers a skewed version of the King Arthur legend that is at once both tongue-in-cheek and strangely powerful.”–Library Journal
“Dark Jenny is unlike any fantasy novel I have ever read before.”–Bookworm Blues
“Bledsoe’s latest is a superb work of fantasy; he treats the Arthurian Legend template with respect, and does some great imaginative updates.”–The Agony Column
“Dark Jenny is a lot like the movie Clue on a twisted date with The Princess Bride.”–The World in the Satin Bag
“(It can) heal the sick, raise the dead, make the little girls talk outta their heads.”–Jerry Lee Lewis (okay, he was talking about himself, but I like to quote the Killer whenever possible)
DARK JENNY is available at all major online and brick-and-mortar outlets.