Western-Inspired Novel Featured at Tucson Festival of Books
Author explored human emotions and conscience in his book, Cactus Jumpers.
To solve the mystery behind the unexpected murder of a woman in the peaceful town of Emerald, Marshall Mason and Minister Emmett set out to find the culprit.
Published in 2015, Cactus Jumpers, a novel written by Andrew Burch, engaged readers through Western themes and tropes at the book fair in Tucson.
To solve the mystery behind the unexpected murder of a woman in the peaceful town of Emerald, Marshall Mason and Minister Emmett set out to find the culprit. In the course of their investigation, they meet a trio of vagabonds with special fighting skills.
Praising the novel, Kirkus Reviews said, “[The book is] a traditional Western that embraces the clear division between right and wrong, the role of the hero, and the power of redemption.”
Moreover, Top Book Reviewers recommended that “Cactus Jumpers would be a valuable book for adolescent readers to learn about life and the challenges it brings in an old west setting.”
The book had been displayed at the 8th Annual Tucson Festival of Books last March 12–13, 2016. The event was held at the University of Arizona Mall, along East University Boulevard.
Written by Andrew Burch
Nook Book | $17.00
Kindle | $17.00
Paperback | $22.00
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
About the Author
Andrew J. Burch, CPA, was born in Buffalo, New York, and raised in Shelton, Connecticut. His interests vary from sports, to classic rock, to well-written novels. The production of his first novel, Cactus Jumpers, was heavily influenced by movies in 1970s, such as The Riflemen, Big Valley, and Gunsmoke (syndication version). Presently, he lives with his wife, Sofiya, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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