Prince Gets Cheaper
Decided to cut the price of A Prince in Gangland to 99 pence as it introduces the reader to King Leonard VIII’s England. Yes, friends, step this way to purchase your ticket. Later adventures of Prince Dion feature in All the King's Hoodlums and there are more books to come.
All the King’s Hoodlums is the only other book I've published on Leonard VIII's England so far, but the Suggie Southgate vampire tale (now being blogged weekly) is set in that same kingdom. Also, Suggie encounters the ghastly Danvers Pearce, the right arm of the self-styled premier of England, Humphrey Crask, from Hoodlums.
It fits ingeniously.
Or to quote John Lennon, it ‘knits toboggan’.
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The land of 'Jistabout'
The England of Leonard VIII, parallel to this one, has fewer roads and more forests. Cars are not commonplace. TV has never caught on, everyone is addicted to the radio, the newspaper, and the newsreel.
Mobile phones? What are they? The youth are a problem, there as here. Especially when they join those gangs, such as Crusoe’s Bobcats. Of course, some people say the Heir Apparent, Prince Dion himself, has joined the Bobcats.
But he couldn’t have. Could he?
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