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The Beckoning Void by Patrick LeClerc 2023 BBNYA Spotlight Tour


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2023 BBNYA Spotlight Tour

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The Beckoning Void by Patrick LeClerc

Length: 625 pages | Genre: Historical Fiction, Science Fiction

Age Category: Adult | Date Published: 31 October 2021



 

Blurb for The Beckoning Void


Emelia DuMond is an actress, climbing from her humble beginnings to success on the stage of Victorian London. And to the attention of the Ghost Society, a secret organization who seek to defend the world from threats of the paranormal. After centuries of seeking, the sinister Disciples of the Void seek an arcane book of great power. A power that could tear the veil between dimensions and plunge the world into a dark, unspeakable future.


Now she has recruited an aging soldier of fortune burdened by a conscience, the sword wielding daughter of an Afghan brigand and an airship whose captain escaped slavery during the Civil War by stealing a Confederate vessel.


Can Emelia and her band of plucky outcasts save the world from a cult of fanatics intent on unleashing an ancient horror?


“The Beckoning Void” is a tale of cunning plots, flashing swords, skillful piloting, witty repartee and eldritch dread.

 

Author Bio


Author Patrick LeClerc
Patrick LeClerc

Patrick LeClerc makes good use of his history degree by working as a paramedic for an ever- changing parade of ambulance companies in the Northern suburbs of Boston. When not writing he enjoys cooking, fencing and making witty, insightful remarks with career-limiting candor.


In the lulls between runs on the ambulance --and sometimes the lulls between employment at various ambulance companies-- he writes fiction.


His work can be found at inkandbourbon.com


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