Keeper of the King [NOOK Book]

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Arthurian vampires who fight modern terrorism: Book One in the Lord Richard Vampire series.

Forces greater than even the magic of Merlin granted him his dark immortality. Over a thousand years ago he was Richard d'Orleans, undefeated champion of Normandy, then he was Lancelot du Lac, Arthur's greatest knight. Now he is Richard Dun, security specialist in modern Toronto, but still he hears the irresistible summons of the old ways and...answers ...
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Keeper of the King

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Overview

Arthurian vampires who fight modern terrorism: Book One in the Lord Richard Vampire series.

Forces greater than even the magic of Merlin granted him his dark immortality. Over a thousand years ago he was Richard d'Orleans, undefeated champion of Normandy, then he was Lancelot du Lac, Arthur's greatest knight. Now he is Richard Dun, security specialist in modern Toronto, but still he hears the irresistible summons of the old ways and...answers them. To save the woman he loves above all else, he must do the impossible. Once more, the last defender of Camelot must begin anew his quest for the grail...and this time to succeed - or die forever.

"Vampires and snipers and lust, oh my!"—Publishers Weekly

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148672890
  • Publisher: Baen
  • Publication date: 2/1/1998
  • Series: Ethical Vampires , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 658,451
  • File size: 810 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2014

    Must read

    Nigel bennett a well known actor for playing a vampire ia now cancelled Canadian tv series Forever Knight is now writing his own series of books and it is a wild ride a minute A must read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2003

    An Excellent Read

    I really enjoyed reading 'Keeper Of The King,' when I found this book and bought it in the book store. I really enjoyed Nigel Bennett's performance in the 'Forever Knight' series, (when it was on the air in 1995-1996) as Lacrux. I really enjoyed the discriptiveness in this book (as well as the current sequel to this book, 'His Father's Son.') I sincerely look forward to reading Nigel Bennett and P.N. Elrod's third book in the series that this one started. If this book and 'His Father's Son' are any indication of Bennett and Elrod's talents as authors, then I know that the third book in the series is going to be just as good as this one was to read. I have loaned my copy of this book to a friend of mine and he loved reading the descriptive sex scenes in this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2001

    A Win-Win Collaboration

    Excellent. Simply excellent. This is a win-win collaboration of two artists who not only know their vampires, but also have all the elements of good story-telling in their blood. No skimping on plot, characters or sensual details in this story. If you are looking for a good vampire story, do not hestitate, not for a moment, over this one.

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    Posted November 15, 2008

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