20,000 Hostages Are Held for One Billion Dollar Ransom in New Blue Knight Episode
Anyone can run into an unexpected problem, including Merlin. In this exciting new episode, the Wizard must compensate an error involving Robert from Portland. The hastily determined solution depends on cooperation from Superhero, Blue Knight.
In this exciting new episode, the Wizard, Merlin, must compensate for an error involving Robert from Portland. The hasty solution requires help from Superhero, Blue Knight.
Thus, begins the new Blue Knight Episode VIII adventure set in Portland and elsewhere in Oregon. What begins as a fun outing, turns into a challenging experience when crime elements take over the Blazers basketball arena. Crime operatives from Seattle want to extend their influence in the Northwest and are targeting Portland. Their initial effort is focused on 20,000 hostages and a billion-dollar ransom. People will cooperate or be forced to watch a savage animal attack on the basketball court floor on two captives failing to deliver their ransoms. Roger from Nebraska and friend Ned from Chicago team with Robert from Portland to battle the gangsters from Seattle. Along the way, Ned, Roger, and Roger's alternate superhero identity, Blue Knight, enjoy tours of Portland and western Oregon. (Photos are included.)
Created by Merlin, Blue Knight has the look of a knight of old as he appears in the dreams of Roger from Nebraska. However, every aspect of the knight’s being and his steed, Black, contribute to his super powers. The excitement of Blue Knight’s exploits as he goes forward according to his vows of conduct is heightened by the unusual and wily opponents that test him. Yet beneath it all, there is still Roger, the human side of Blue Knight, who grows from the young man off the farm into a principled adult with strong feelings for the people around him.
This episode is author Allen Pollens' promised sequel. He says there will be more Blue Knight stories if readers continue to want them.
"SUPERHERO - Blue Knight Episode VIII, Robert from Portland," is comprised of six chapters, 92 pages, 30 images, and more than 13,000 words. It is available at Amazon.com in paperback:
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Retired from careers in software/hardware design and high tech sales and marketing, Pollens told and wrote stories his whole life. Two series that he created for his grandchildren became the basis for “Starfish Chronicles – Undersea Adventures with Sammy Starfish” and "Boffo Butterphant - Small Creature Adventures. Pollens’
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