The book blurb from Goodreads:
FROM THE DRUG GANGS OF DOWNTOWN INDIANAPOLIS, THE ONE TRUE KING WILL ARISE. Guided by the crazed visions of his advisor Merle, King knows that he must unite the opposing factions, before the streets erupt in all-out war. But how can he preach peace when even his own warriors are plotting against him? A heart-stopping mix of ancient myth and powerful gang action, from the author of King Maker.
I thoroughly enjoyed the first installment of the Knights of Breton Court trilogy (King Maker), and I’m pleased that I haven’t had to wait very long for book two, King’s Justice, to release. I appreciate the fact that Boraddus has, in this trilogy, written a story that is both mythical and horrifyingly urban. King et al aren’t your typical suburban or priviledged urban fantasy characters, so seeing the Arthurian cycle play out in their lives is even more griping. I’ll be at the bookstore at the end of February looking for this on the shelf.