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06 November 2010 @ 09:21 am
Playing FK Fiction Finder  
I received an email from Kelly G. asking after an FK story she almost remembers, but not quite enough to track down, and which she'd like to read again.  I didn't know it off the top of my head; do you?  Here's how she describes it:
"...a longer story, set during the third season, when LaCroix was broadcasting his show out of the Raven.  In this story, one of his listeners began to stalk him.  It was a young man, and he started to dress like LaCroix.  He showed up at the Raven every night, wanting to watch LaCroix and I think wanting LaCroix to notice him ... eventually he did become aware of this fan.  ...[T]here was another plotline involving some murders, and I think somehow these two plots met up towards the end."

It does almost sound familiar.  Perhaps I read it, but I perceived the aspect she describes as a subplot, and something else as the main plot?  Or perhaps I never read it at all.  (I did recommend that she ask on ForKni-L.)

Addendum 11/13/10: Kelly asked on ForKni-L, and the list answered: It's "Knight Lights" by J. L. Kerr, the main plot of which concerns Nick and Tracy searching for a pyromaniac.

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PJ1228pj1228 on November 7th, 2010 10:24 am (UTC)
It does sound remotely familiar to me, too. My first thought was that it might be a story from a longer series? Or something from the virtual 4th season? My second thought was that it might be an UF story, but I discarded that possibility again, because in that case I should have recognized it because I happen to read those rather frequently. I'm sorry, I can't pinpoint it. Yet.
Amy R.: Fleur & Lacroixbrightknightie on November 12th, 2010 09:09 pm (UTC)
If anything occurs to you, please share; I'm curious.
Amy R.: Readsbrightknightie on November 13th, 2010 11:14 pm (UTC)
Kelly let me know that she asked on ForKni-L, and the list identified "Knight Lights" by J. L. Kerr (the main plot of which has Nick and Tracy searching for a pyromaniac).
PJ1228pj1228 on November 15th, 2010 09:23 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the info. I started reading it, and it occurred to me that I indeed haven't read it before. I enjoy J.L. Kerr's stories very much, and I thought I had read them all. But the beginning seemed unfamiliar to me. I'll see when I continue.