FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE FALLS

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You may or may not know this about me, but I have a serious addiction. Well, a couple. I’m addicted to Days of Our Lives, Downton Abbey, Dallas and Hell on Wheels. But I can survive without TV (except for DOOL). I cannot however survive without books. There are a lot of books and series that I like, but there is only one series I am addicted to, THE FALLS by George Jackson. It is my crack. And lucky for me, Mr. Jackson is a most prolific writer and puts out books at a rate most authors would envy. His latest, The Falls: Boneyard (The Falls small town mystery series Book 16), has been out since August so I am long overdue mentioning it on the blog. Once again this is a ♥♥♥♥♥ outing so if you have been following this series and didn’t know 16 was out, rush and get it because I am sure that 17, The Falls: Coldblooded, will be out soon. There is a good setup for us at the end of 16 but I won’t say anything more…  And if you haven’t been following The Falls, I suggest you start at the beginning, THE FALLS: IN THE DEAD OF WINTER. I’ve never given any thought to whether or not the books work as stand alones, I can’t imagine not following the series from the beginning. Why I have watched Jeremy grow up and I want to keep peeking in on his life! There is a scene in this book where Jeremy and his sister, Lorraine, discuss deciding to stay in The Falls after Jeremy has finished college that just tore me up. You really come to feel you know these characters. The mystery is very secondary. It is the lives of the people in this town you will follow. It’s kind of like a soap opera. Like I am wondering what will happen to Cash and Yamoto. Will there ever be a romance between the two or would that be jumping the shark? Whether it is time for you to catch up or time for you to start, The Falls is a series you want to be following. But be warned, it is highly addictive!

COVERSYNOPSIS

It’s the beginning of summer and old Brutus the coon hound finds a bone in the recently renovated landfill. Brutus loves bones, but this one just happens to be human. As the bones pile up, it brings to town a world famous forensic pathologist and anthropologist. There’s also a terrible accident on the mountain involving two of The Falls’ best liked citizens and a sneak peek at the beginning plot for the 17th Falls novel, The Falls: Coldblooded, is exposed. A twenty year old cold case is unearthed, with a victim that’s closely tied to Sheriff Cash Green. Return to the Falls with Cash Green, Yamato, Horace, Doc and Meg Monroe. Pour yourself an iced tea and put your feet up while you enjoy the colorful characters and heartwarming stories of a small town in Vermont!

ABOUT THE AUTHORGeorge jackson

George spent 40 years in education as a teacher (11 years) and a principal (29 years) in both Vermont and New Mexico. He and his wife Carolyn, who taught for 30 years, have five children, eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren in their combined family. He is also an artist in oils and loves reading, video games, fishing and the ocean. George and his wife now live in Tradition, Florida. Besides THE FALLS series he writes dragonrider fantasies and humorous short stories about kids and schools. He has even written a children’s book, The Twilight Tea Party, also at the Kindle store.

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