A Scott Bell Novel!!


Scott Bell, author.

Looks good, doesn’t it? Well, hold on to your armchair, because if you enjoy crime, mystery, a little romance, thrillers and good old-fashioned belly laughs, there’s a new kid on the block.

New as in “first novel” new. (Scott has several short story publications lurking around the universe.) My advice is to buy this book and beg, beg, beg for Scott to autograph it, because we’re witnessing the creation of a rising star in the genre.

And the best part? Scott has “Yeager” sequels in progress as well as a few other irons in the fire—one about a smokin’ hot Texas Ranger.

[Okay, he might take a tiny bit of offense to that portrayal, but don’t let Scott’s descriptive prowess or sheer genius with action scenes fool you. He’s got some manly men between those pages. Hence his motto: What would John Wayne do?]

Head over to Red Adept Publishing and bookmark the page, and then mark your calendar for the July 21, 2015 release date. Check back here next month for a possible author interview! Congratulations, Scott!!

Yeager’s Law by Scott Bell

Abel Yeager is dead broke, down on his luck, and suffering from a serious case of what-the-hell-does-it-matter. His transition from active Marine to stateside long-haul trucker hit a wicked speed bump when his rig was involved in a wreck that claimed the life of a pregnant woman and laid him up for several months.

Back at work but deeply in debt, Yeager meets bookstore owner Charlie Buchanan in St. Louis and jumps at the chance to haul a load of remainder books to Austin for her. On the way south, a crew of truck thieves tracks his every move. But none of them know what Charlie’s ex has smuggled inside the book pallets, who he stole it from, or how far the owner will go to get it back. Charlie’s the first person Yeager has cared about in a long time, but as their bond deepens, so does the danger they’re in.

With enemy forces closing in, Yeager battles greed, corruption, and his own fatalism in a bid to hold true to Yeager’s First Law: come home at the end of the day.


1 Comment

  1. June 16, 2015 at 11:09 am

    Big words for me to live up to, Katie. I’m feeling the pressure!
    Thanks, doll.

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