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Monday, April 13, 2009

Behind the Scenes at the Faire

Knight Errant :Death and life at the Faire
Written by Teel James Glenn
Edited by Joan McNulty-Pulver
Author’s e-mail: Tjglenn@aol.com
Genre: Mystery/thriller
Published by ePress-Online
Isbn#: 097722454
Priced at 14.99 for paperback version, $5.99 for e-book version

Review from Renaissance Magazine issue #66

The hero’s carefree life of beer, pizza, knocking the heads of punk robbers, and renaissance faire combat is shattered when his best friend tom is mysteriously killed. This action packed novel will keep the fan of hard-boiled renfaire mysteries on the hedge of his seat.

About the Author
Teel James Glenn) is a professional fight choreographer, actor, and film stuntman who’s has appeared in over sixty films, hundreds of soap opera episodes, too many plays to name, and over forty seven renaissance faires. He has written for several dozen magazines including Fantasy Tales, Anotherrealm, Afterburnsf, UnEarth, Blazing Adventures Black Belt, Aces, Mad Magazine, and the Fantastic W orlds of E.R.B.

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