I’m a little late in the reporting, but The Knights of Breton Court Book Two:  King’s Justice has been spotted in the wild.  First reports came in from fellow Indiana Horror Writer member, Rodney Carlstrom, with a sighting in the Barnes & Noble in Noblesville, Indiana.

With Jeff Heimbuch providing confirmation from New Jersey (look how it towers, TOWERS!, over its shelf companions)

The advance reviews have been very good (whew!  You always worry about how your baby is going to be received, especially if it has to live up to an older sibling).*  And it was chosen as the book of the month for the SFBook Club.  As Publisher’s Weekly mentioned, King’s Justice is a great jump on point for those new to the series.

I will be doing a special signing for King’s Justice.  It is Saturday, March 26th from 2:00pm – 4:00pm at the

Comic Carnival (3837 North High School Road, Indianapolis, IN  46254)

Come on out.  I’d love to meet you.  And this location has a special tie in to the novel.

By the way, with King’s Justice—for those playing along at home—you get introduced to and get  to figure out which characters in the novel represent Sir Agravain, the Red Knight, the Invisible Knight, and Tristan and Isolde.  Plus, Angry Robot loves to do “bonus features” with their books.  So in addition to getting a preview chapter of the final book in the trilogy, King’s War, there is also a short story entitled “Collateral Casualties” that you will enjoy.  Let’s just say that the protagonists of that story would feel perfectly at home on King’s streets.

Speaking of short stories, Angry Robot has a few of my short stories for sale in their electronic store.  Buy me often!

*Yes, I’m ignoring a review that warned that the novel may be “too ghetto.”  I’m charitably going under the assumption that said reviewer also describes stories taking place on Mars as being “too Martian.”