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Former Police Officer Releases Fictional Horror Story “Blue Blood On The Border”

Gilbert, Arizona – Author and former police officer James Keenan has just released his second novel, “Blue Blood On The Border,” a dark horror story about a serial killer who also happens to be a police officer.

Author James Keenan served in the El Paso, TX, police force in the 1990s. When asked if his novel is based on anything he experienced in the force, James is enigmatic. “I did pull a lot of the story line from actual events… I just sensationalized the events,” he explains, a comment that only makes the storyline that much more intriguing.

The lead character in “Blue Blood On The Border” is a seemingly upright young man with a successful career in law enforcement. We go back in time to witness his abused and tortured childhood, and watch as he grows up to become praised and respected for overcoming his brutal past. Except that he hasn’t overcome his past at all, and has turned into a depraved and vicious killer. In a shockingly horrifying twist, we begin to discover that this is no ordinary serial killer, and that terrifying supernatural forces are at work.

Reviews for James Keenan’s latest novel are enthusiastic:

“Well written book. It is thrilling and horrifying and will frighten you all over again and again. IF you were not afraid of demons before, you will be now. I recommend this book to anyone liking horror books.”

“Blue Blood On The Border” is the author’s second novel. His first book, “Dark Shadows And Catastrophe,” a Sci-Fi thriller that left his readers begging for more, was released earlier this year.

James Keenan’s books can be purchased on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Blood-Border-James-Keenan/dp/154979518X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

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