Pitch Wars Mentor Book Spotlight with Jessie Humphries!

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And other local & national retailers.

Ruby Rose has killer shoes, killer SAT scores…and a few killer secrets.

In this dark and witty thriller, seventeen-year-old Ruby Rose goes from valedictorian to vigilante, forced to kill a series of infamous criminals while uncovering an explosive family secret.



“With a fierce and witty heroine, this dark and twisty mystery is everything I love in a book. KILLING RUBY ROSE is an all-around thrilling debut that kept me riveted from beginning to end!”
–from Megan Miranda, Bestselling Author of the Fracture series


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Jessie Humphries

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Jessie was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. She received a BA from San Diego State University, where she cultivated her love of the beach, then lived in France, where she cultivated her weakness for shoes, and finally earned a law degree from UNLV, where she cultivated her interest in justice. After practicing law for several years she began writing, and, appropriately, her debut novel Killing Ruby Rose is a thriller about vigilante justice set in sunny southern California with a shoe-obsessed protagonist. Jessie currently writes and practices law in Las Vegas, where she lives with her husband and children.

Literary Agent Contact Information: Publisher Contact:
Sarah Davies skyscape-authors@amazon.comThe Greenhouse Literary Agency
(703) 865-4990

Publicity Contact:
Tanesa Whiting
Mixed Media Entertainment
2831 St. Rose Parkway, Suite #208
Henderson NV, 89052
(702) 990-2787

1 comment to Pitch Wars Mentor Book Spotlight with Jessie Humphries!

  • This was a good book–read it a few weeks ago. The twists were great. The suspense excellent. I can’t wait for book 2 since I still have some questions about Ruby and a few other characters…

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