Book Review: Yeager’s Law

If you’ve been hunting the next great thriller, look no further. Yeager’s Law, written by Texas author Scott Bell is a fast-paced, action-packed thrill ride spiced up by cut-to-the-bone dialogue and gut-busting wit.  Ex-marine and pedal-to-the-metal long-haul trucker, Abel Yeager is your everyman hero, reminiscent of action-and-suspense icons Jack Reacher and Walt Longmire.

Yeagers Law Cover

In his opening entrée’, Yeager’s Law, writer Scott Bell serves up a well told tale filled with deft, relatable characters and a budding romance that leaves you cheering. Readers will relish turning the pages as Yeager battles greed, corruption, and his own fatalism in a bid to hold true to his First Law: come home at the end of the day.

Broke and down on his luck, Abel Younger’s forecast changes as he meets sultry, bookstore owner Charlie Buchanan, who quickly saves his bacon from the frying pan. Anxious to return the favor, our hero barrels through the countryside carrying a load of books down to Austin, only to encounter trouble with a capital T.

Scott Bell weaves an exciting action tale where the lines between the good guys and bad hombres remain clearly drawn.

With a degree in Criminal Justice earned from North Texas State University, author Scott Bell has spent 25 years protecting the assets of retail companies. Now with grown kids and time on his hands, Scott is in hot pursuit of his first passion-writing. With three novels cooking and set for release in 2016, Scott’s short stories can be found in The Western Online, Cast of Wonders, and in the anthology, Desolation, and Person Suit. Scott is a longtime member of the Writers Guild of Texas.

You can purchase your copy of Scott Bell’s Yeager’s Law on Amazon.

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