Books, and more Books

Books, and more books, the ones I recommend

A new book from James Patterson and David Ellis

A book to keep you on the edge of your seat.

When FBI researcher Emmy Dockery finds a missing link between hundreds of unsolved cases, no one believes her . . . until the evidence is too compelling to ignore.

I  just completed this book and there is a good reason why he is a top seller. The book is riveting, keeping you turning the pages to see how it all turns out. Like other authors, I wish I could write like him. This is one of the best I've read in a long time. It wasn't until the forensic pathologist tells you what he is doing, do you believe Emmy. 

It is a book you need to get if you love thrillers which keep you hoping it isn't true.

It is for sale for $9.99


The Jillian Factor

The Jillian Factor by B. A. Mealer

The Jillian Factor by B.A. Mealer is a suspenseful novel about a twenty-four-year-old detective on a case that quickly becomes personal. When Jillian Potter stumbles on the corpse of the very person she is investigating in a case, she knows it can’t be anything but a bad omen. As she works diligently with undercover investigator Thomas Wellington to discover the culprit, things quickly get out of control as her past catches up with her. To be able to save her career, she must honestly face a painful past. Reviewed by Christian Sia

This is the first of the Jillian Chronicles. The second book will be out by the end of the year to be published. The Prequel should be out by the end of this month. 

The e-book is for sale for $3.99

The Fixer by Mike Gomes

The Fixer by Mike Gomes  Book 1 of the Falau Files

An International drug runner is poisoning the USA.

An underground organization seeks justice.

Only one man can make things right. 

Michael Falau is a man of many talents. Unfortunately his black ops skills along with horrific flashbacks from his past exclude him from society.

But when an old friend asks Falau to join him in a clandestine organization delivering justice, the tables are turned; and society welcomes him with open arms.

This is book one in the series. It's well worth reading. You begin to root for Falau but it isn't until you discover what is behind the assignment his friend gives him that you realized it's worth reading the next book, then the one after that.

You can get a three book set for $6.99, and the six book set for $9.99. It's well worth the cash. Mr. Gomes is one of the those new writers who keep you coming back for more. I do own all of the series (1-6).

Mail-Order heart

A Mail-Order Heart by Janelle Daniels

This is book one of the Miners to Millionaires series. Imagine going to meet your husband to be only to discover he is dead and there are eight other mail-order brides who came to marry him. 

Clara Stewart has every intention of marrying Ivan, her mail-order groom, but her plans fall apart when he dies before her arrival—leaving not one fiancée but nine! When the female-starved town offers them Ivan’s home and claim, Clara steps forward and promises to do whatever necessary to see to the women’s future, regardless of her own attraction to the town’s sheriff.

Okay, you now have the premise for this book. Clara is the strong organizer who pulls things together for the women. This is a historical romance with some nice mystery and suspense.

Books, and more Books to read

I'd give you more books, but they were read for review for Uncaged Reviews.  ( They have a lot of different genres but mostly romances. One of the better of the romance series was the Soul Mate Tree series. The premise is how a tree which shows up unexpectedly with this lovely poem which tells you to believe and you'll find your soul mate. The two I read were a lot of fun. (

Another thing I recommend it to try books by indie authors. many of them are very good. If you like them, leave a review and let them know. Follow the author to see when their next book is to be released. Mike Gomes is one of those I found when researching the marketing for a book. Amazon has thousands of good to great writers who don't get noticed a lot. I love to read, so I will put in a category and then go through a few pages before reading the blurbs for the books and choosing one. 

I will be honest, there are a lot of poor to mediocre writers out there. If the book has a look inside, use it to get a better idea of the book. Another way is to sign up for emails for Freebooksy or Instafreebie. There are a lot of good books there. Remember, reading is the best way to go places and experience things when you have little or no money. I still do the free or cheap books. It's where I found Mike Gomes and Brett Arquette (Who went from cheap to expensive.) The book doesn't have to be on the best seller's list to be good, or even great. Now, get out there and read, enjoying the entertainment which makes your brain work and takes you on a journey lasting hours or even days.

About the Author bamealer

B.A Mealer is an author and a traveler. This is a person who refuses to grow up and get old.

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