Belle Chasse: A Novel of The Sentinels of New Orleans

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Macmillan, Nov 8, 2016 - Fiction - 336 pages

Suzanne Johnson's "strong and intriguing" (Publishers Weekly) urban fantasy series continues with Belle Chasse. The Sentinels of New Orleans series has earned starred reviews from Library Journal ("a resourceful heroine who relies on her magical ingenuity") and PW ("vivid...a lively tale jam-packed with action, magic, and intriguing plot twists").

With the wizard-elven treaty on the verge of collapse, the preternatural world stands on the brink of war. Unless former wizard sentinel DJ Jaco manages to keep the elven leader, Quince Randolph, focused on peace and not personal matters.

With no one on the throne, Faerie is in chaos, with rival princes battling for power. The still-undead pirate, Jean Lafitte, is building his own army of misfits, and DJ—stripped of her job and hiding in the Beyond to avoid the death sentence handed down by the wizard Council of Elders—can’t get anywhere near her beloved New Orleans or her significant something-or-other, Alex.

It's time to choose sides. Friends will become enemies, enemies will become allies, and not everyone will survive. DJ and her friends will learn a hard lesson: sometimes, even the ultimate sacrifice isn’t enough.

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PIRATE'S ALLEY left us at a pretty crazy and crucial point and it was torture having to wait until BELLE CHASSE was ready to find out what was going to happen. BELLE CHASE didn't disappoint. DJ and ... Read full review

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Former wizard sentinel DJ Jaco is on the run from the death sentence handed down by the Wizard Council of Elders. Hiding in the Beyond with undead pirate Jean Lafitte and his crew, DJ seeks to clear ... Read full review

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SUZANNE JOHNSON lives in Auburn, Alabama. A veteran journalist with more than fifty national awards for writing and editing nonfiction, she is also Susannah Sandlin. As Sandlin, Johnson has won two Holt Awards (for paranormal romance and romantic suspense) and been a two-time finalist for the RT Book Reviews Reviewers Choice Award. Her books include Pirate's Alley, River Road and Royal Street.

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