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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Book Tour: Campus Killer by Andrew Hess

I'm really excited to feature Author Andrew Hess on my blog today!! He had a fantastic party, which I attended, launching this new book, and I liked the look of it so much I had to read it. See below for my review!

But first, let's get to know the author!

Author Bio:

Andrew Hess is a resident of Long Island New York who likes to spend much of his time traveling between Long Island, New York City and the Dutchess County areas. In 2011 he debuted with his first book Chamber of Souls, a small book of free verse poetry which depicted the struggles of a man who thought he had everything in the world only to feel like he lost everything after a rough break-up. In 2013, Andrew debuted his novel The Phoenix Blade: Project Justice; the first in The Phoenix Blade series.
Andrew is also a blogger at where he interviews and promotes other authors in order to assist indie authors get more exposure. Andrew is also a frequent guest on the Anthony Charles Podcast, a show dedicated to creative professionals as they give insight into their works and the lives they lead; guests have included authors, comedians, musicians, stuntmen, actors and producers.

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Ok you ready to check out the book that caught my attention?

Book Blurb:

Ali Ryan has dreamed of being a hot shot detective that solves high profile cases. Her love for crime novels and police dramas was her inspiration to become a cop, but it was her pushy demeanor and sassy impulsive attitude that earned her the detective promotion she coveted. But is your dream job worth sacrificing the ones you love?
The fall semester for New Paltz has begun complete with a dead body turning up in the dorms. Police claim the case is open and shut, but Detective Ali Ryan doesn’t think so. She throws herself into the case desperately searching for answers as the death toll on campus rises; each made to look like a suicide.

With Ali getting closer to uncovering the truth, the killer wants to make his attacks more personal. His sights are set on Detective Ryan and her sister. Police are forced to place them under their protection, but Ali is determined to hunt down the killer and stop him before he kills again. But how far is Detective Ryan willing to go to protect her sister and take down the sadistic killer?


Snippet #6

            “They look a little more green today then they usually do.” Jess stared into his eyes for a few moments.
            “What are you doing for dinner,” he asked.
            Jess looked at the time on a nearby clock and saw it was a quarter after three. “Shit, I’m gonna be late. Sorry, I’m supposed to be at work in fifteen minutes. I’ll see you tonight when I get back.”
            Jess ran out the door; leaving the man behind. His lips curled into a smile as he considered the possibility of dating Jess; even scoring one date with her would mean the world to him.


I really enjoyed this book. It kept me on my toes and kept me guessing. It was clean but definitely filled with tension and moments happiness alike. It definitely kept you involved both for the content of the story and emotionally. I kept thinking I had things figured out when there would be another plot twist I did not see coming. It wasn't scary, but definitely had tension where you would wonder and hope that the killer would be caught or that someone may or may not be saved in time. It's crazy how invested I got in this story and I'm so anxious for the next book to come out. I would recommend this to anyone, easily! It's a great story!

Tour Schedule:

January 4
January 5
January 6
January 7
January 8
January 9
January 10

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