The Blue Jester (Episode Three, Kings of New Orleans Series)

In Episode Three, witness the birth of Johnny Justice: police officer, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu expert, and pursuer of justice. As the most caring & disciplined member of the group, Johnny values law & justice over all else. His high morals and respect for human life prevent him from killing, but he struggles with his own paradox as an officer of the law by day and a vigilante by night. More

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About Emily Ford

Emily Ford lives in the desert hotness of southern Arizona. She is the author of several series and standalone books in the thriller, horror, and paranormal genres. She is currently adapting novels into screenplays and has plans to move into film production in the near future. Inspired to reconnect with her creative side after believing it was lost forever, Emily credits her sister, best-selling author Lizzy Ford, for being the reason she gave writing a chance, and is now planning a bright and exciting career in books and film.

About the Series: Kings of New Orleans
The Kings of New Orleans Series tells the story of one man's decision to fight back against the atrocities committed by crime bosses during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He recruits the crime bosses' victims, a group of boys in their late teens, and trains them, transforming them into lethal warriors. As vigilantes, they require a disguise and become known as the Jesters. The costumed warriors fight crime and act to take out the crime bosses, who call themselves Kings, while weeding out corruption from the city. In the process, they stumble onto the biggest threat of all: the Kings are using legitimate MMA matches to cover up their true billion dollar industry, underground death matches. The Jesters are pulled into the fiasco and before the series ends, one Jester will meet his ultimate demise.

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