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Lost Girls (The Cellar Book 2) Kindle Edition
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This ebook surprised me with the strong story and just enough technical details to keep me interested without entering the domain of Clancy level technical minutiae. I loved the characters and the character development. But, the plot and developing story line is what kept me glued to my Kindle for hours on end.
I'm absolutely hooked on this author now and will read everything he's written.
The only negative, and I believe it's a significant one, is the need for a proof reader. I could barely go a few pages without coming across missing or mis-used words. No spelling errors (so spell check must work:-)), but the need for human review is obvious as you find the wrong use of "too" vs "to", "of" vs "off", missing words, and mis-used words. It became really distracting in the second half of the novel.
Please, Mr. Mayer, pay someone to proof-read your work in the future. (This is a 5-star book without these careless errors.)
The Cellar is the final judge and executioner and in Lost Girls it investigates the well-planned and horrifying crime where innocents die.
But,primarily, Lost Gurls is the story of one of the most sinful and terrible crimes - BETRAYAL.
Three American covert operatives are betrayed and abandoned by their own superiors in drug-infested and crime lords controlled Colombian jungle.
Then chilling deaths begin back in the US and they all lead back to the fate of those three soldiers who were left alone to die in hands of vicious criminals.
Betrayal leads to tragic end always and everywhere and that cruel and brilliant story proves that truth once again.
The plot is the same fast paced stylw with alot of shocking twists that Mayer is so good at weaving the changes of plot dieection so seamlessly into the developing story. Mega kudos to Mayer for another great read that had me locked into my chair from start to finish!
I did find several grammatical errors in the book version I read. I use Kindle. I also noted an error in the name of the Colonel at the end of the book where they were heading back on the aircraft. The Colonel's name was Cranston, yet, for some reason the name of Nero's replacement was used. Calling him Colonel Masterson instead of Cranston. Although those errors did break the flow, they were far and few between. As a former member of the same unit as the Author C-2-10, I will be suggesting this author to all of my friends and book clubs I am a member of.
I have found a back-up author. I normally read WEB Griffin's books. Now, I no longer have to wait for his next release date. I can simply jump to Bob Mayer's list of books.
Bob Mayer writes under several names. I first encountered his Area 51 sci-fi novels series, then started reading all of his books. He is a brilliant writer, with an incredible knowledge of military tactics, training, and hardware, ancient mythology, and geography and geology of the world. He combines this knowledge with some unusual situations and scenarios to put together interesting stories. Think Tom Clancy meets Dan Brown, and the best FBI profiler. This pair of books fills in the backstory to his Area 51: Nightstalkers series, and explains the personalities making some very difficult decisions to keep the world safe from ourselves, and others.
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The series could have several more books