Cocaine Campus

Cocaine Campus

by Terri Clamons


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The peaceful college town will never be the same.
Four college friends drift back to the campus when Bradley Storm, the famous quarterback and campus hero, arrives as the new president. Family estrangements and neglected friendships create chaos in what was once a close group of friends. The new president's wife, Missy, was killed ten years ago in an unresolved hit and run accident and leaves an empty place in all their lives. But what about her twin brother Doug? They all want to believe the magazine articles about his financial success, but can they trust him when he donates money for new student housing? Where is he? Have any of them seen him or talked to him?
His older sister, Susan, and Brad feel their longtime friendship turning into something much deeper while Brad and his brother, Daniel, work hard to resolve their differences for the sake of David, Brad's 12-year-old son.
Tension builds after a student is found dead of a drug overdose. Thaddeus, new police chief, and Jenny, Daniel's raven-haired companion, go head to head with danger and a drug cartel before resolution begins for everyone.
If you're looking for tension, intrigue, and suspense with a touch of romance, COCAINE CAMPUS is the perfect ebook for you. Real characters living real lives won't disappoint you!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781478253792
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/19/2012
Pages: 318
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

About the Author

Terri earned a B. A. degree in English and History. Her writing career - primarily non-fiction - focused on print media, creative writing/social studies programs for elementary schools, radio public service announcements, producing and hosting a weekly cable television children's program, and ownership of Kansas City Parent Magazine. She wrote Wellfamilies Handbook, published in 1990 by Westport Publishers, Kansas City, MO, which is available on
Terri's Creative Communication supports print and online writers of all genres. Christian Communication for Women is an interactive program for women to improve communication skills while using the Bible as their resource.
Terri's first ventures into fiction were for children and included a storybook, The Church Mouse That Flew, which won Third Place in the Juvenile or Young Adult Short Story category in Frontiers in Writing 2010, sponsored by Panhandle Professional Writers. Jenny and the Backyard Zoo is a work in progress to teach children the importance of Peacemaking.
Corporate Prince is Terri's first adventure into mainstream adult fiction and was followed closely by The Toy Room. They are both available as ebooks at The Kindle Store or A third novel, Cocaine Campus, is available as a paperback on or as an ebook at Amazon or The Kindle Store.
Husband Fred and Terri enjoy spending time with their three adult children, their spouses, and six awesome grandchildren, and love life in the Texas Hill Country with great friends and fun-loving dog, Sweet Jenny.
Terri "re-charges her batteries" at writers' conferences and weekly shared times at Mocha Java -- a local coffee house -- with good friends and writing mentors known as "The Write Girls."

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