Lost Girls

Lost Girls NY Times USA Today Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob MayerOver four million books sold Translated into over a dozen languages An alias of prolific bestseller Bob Mayer whose second novel wi

  • Title: Lost Girls
  • Author: Bob Mayer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • NY Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob MayerOver four million books sold Translated into over a dozen languages.An alias of prolific bestseller Bob Mayer whose second novel with Jennifer Crusie, Agnes and the Hitman, is due in August Reviews, June 4 Doherty is a bestseller in his own right with his Area 51 books, among others This terrific follNY Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author Bob MayerOver four million books sold Translated into over a dozen languages.An alias of prolific bestseller Bob Mayer whose second novel with Jennifer Crusie, Agnes and the Hitman, is due in August Reviews, June 4 Doherty is a bestseller in his own right with his Area 51 books, among others This terrific follow up to Bodyguard of Lies continues to track the Cellar, a government organization whose task is to police rogue agents in the CIA, FBI and other U.S bureaus Maj Jack Gant is called in from his South Carolina island home to oversee an investigation involving the abduction of Emily Cranston, daughter of Fort Bragg Special Warfare Center commander Col Samuel Cranston The motive for the abduction is revenge, and the perpetrators have been highly trained in how to carry it out by the U.S government As related crimes pile up, Doherty delivers top notch action and adventure, creating a full cast of lethal operatives armed with all the latest weaponry Excellent writing and well drawn, appealing characters help make this another taut, crackling read from Doherty Aug Considered for option by Smokehouse, George Clooney s production company.Who polices the world of covert operations Enter the Cellar, the most secret spy organization hiding deep within the United States.Deep in the forests of Kentucky, a girl is held captive.In Oklahoma, a young preschool teacher is murdered in front of her students.In the Panhandle of Florida, a college undergrad is kidnapped from a nightclub.These seemingly unrelated crimes catch the eye of the Cellar, the ultrasecret cell of operatives set up to police all other government agencies Cellar operatives Gant and Neeley, along with profiler Susan Golden, must track down those responsible But these are not ordinary criminals They are a highly trained Special Forces sniper team Crisscrossing the United States as new Cellar head Hannah Masterson calls the shots from up high, the Cellar operatives soon find themselves being targeted Whoever is behind this knows the ultra top secret Cellar s tactics all to well.Underneath this web of death, deceit, and revenge lies an even shocking crime a conspiracy that powerful men will sacrifice their lives and the lives of their families to protect.

    • [PDF] Download ✓ Lost Girls | by ✓ Bob Mayer
      411 Bob Mayer
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ✓ Lost Girls | by ✓ Bob Mayer
      Posted by:Bob Mayer
      Published :2019-06-05T11:54:56+00:00

    About "Bob Mayer"

    1. Bob Mayer

      I m a West Point graduate, former Green Beret and a New York Times Bestselling Author I ve sold over five million books I read whatever my wife tells me to read she s a voracious reader and has wide ranging tastes as my reviews show she also always has the TV remote and she s always right about what to watch I read a lot of nonfiction, mostly for research Some of my favorite books are Lonesome Dove, Mystic River, LOTR, and an array of science fiction classics including the Foundation series Our house is covered with books, although I finally broke down and started reading eBooks, strangely enough on my iPhone Since I carry it pretty much everywhere, it means I always have an entire library of books with me I love using history and science in my books My Area 51 series pretty much had me rewriting our entire history of civilization.


    1. In light of other books I've been reading lately, and the shift in my personal thinking about book ratings, I'm bumping this up from 3.5 to 4 or maybe 4.5 stars. I'm not sure if it's in the "elite" catagory, but it's clearly better writing than I've found in books that I've liked and rated similarly. I think it deserves to be seen in a better class of books than first pubs and good buts Well written interesting story, kept my attention which is hardSQUIRREL!" and in hindsight, which is ultimatel [...]

    2. Buried in the shadowy depths of the U.S. government is a secret organization charged with policing all the other government agencies that operate in the shadows. Called The Cellar, its mission is to track down rogue covert operators, and eliminate the threat—with extreme prejudice, if necessary.Lost Girls is the second installment in best-selling author Bob Mayer's The Cellar series. Major Jack Gant, a former special operations soldier now working for The Cellar, joins a female Cellar operativ [...]

    3. I enjoyed this book, but it read like a film screenplay, everything was like a set piece put together bit by bit, even the pace of the book was like a film, starts slow and quickens to end crescendo.Despite that, the characters are fleshed out enough, with bits left out for later books, but its like a chinese meal, satisfying at first and then when you think about it, you realise that maybe there should have been more.The story is of a kidnapped girl of a special ops commander and other sundy de [...]

    4. Great read, but it would have better if I had read Bodyguard of Lies first. There are some characters brought forward that were probably back storied in the first book. The second distraction, as mentioned elsewhere in the reviews, is the incredible number of errors. Characters misnamed, words used incorrectly or just plain misused. Example 'of' instead of 'for', 'considerable' instead of 'considerably'. Well, you get the idea.I will go back and read the first of the series and then move forward [...]

    5. Good bookThis was a very exciting book characters were very real I have an idea that a lot of this is absolutely true and either has happened or could happen we need an organization like the cellar

    6. Its was okay for me but not really my type of book. More for men I think. Army stuff , CIA , sniper kind of stuff . Higher ups were kidnapping kids and threating to kill them if their fathers didn't do what they wanted . Lots of secrets and traitors stuff going on.

    7. Good readFast, credible and well written. Imperfect heroes doing a job that has to be done. Villians that once were "good" guys and the treachery that turned them. Very believable characters.

    8. Just like the first book in the series, it is sometimes hard to know who are the bad guys. But a very interesting read. I enjoy a book when the ending remains a mystery until the end.

    9. Great actionThis book kept you guessing. Plot had so many different variables to it. Kept changing all the time. Very good.

    10. Fantastic!Mayer draws you in with great characters and a fast paced story. I've enjoyed each of his books that I've read!

    11. Taunt and disturbing.Well-written thriller. If there isn't a real Cellar, Mayer makes you believe there could be and kinda creeps you out at the same time.

    12. THE LOST GIRLS is Book 2 in The Cellar series, perhaps the last one as I see no more listed on BOB MAYER'S website. Book 1 is called THE BODYGUARD OF LIES. The Cellar is located 300 feet beneath the headquarters of the National Security Agency (NSA). It polices the alphabet agencies of the United States' police (Federal Bureau of Investigation or F.B.I.) and intelligence agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency (C.I.A.). Their agents, when on scene, supersede the authority of any other a [...]

    13. Implausible as the story is, I could have enjoyed it anyway. There's all sorts of military type things going on and explosions and things to figure out. Unfortunately, the one thing I do know something about the author got so wrong that I my eyes kinda ache from all the rolling they did. The author has a young woman whose been kidnapped shackled to a tree, a manacle on her ankle. She strips the underwire from her bra and uses it to try to pick the lock, repeatedly folding "the thin wire" to hel [...]

    14. Lost Girls (Cellar book #2) by Bob Mayer)John Gant is gone, a victim of cancer, and Neeley and Masterson are on their own. Jewelry knows she has to find John's insurance packet to stay alive. She heads to Jesse's, John's ex-wife, to determine if the packet or it's catche location is there. Then, the girls start disappearing and the Cellar is calling. The new mission, find the girls and their abductors before they are all killed. Masterson is tapped to help Nero, put together a new team, a profil [...]

    15. Not my type of book but by the time I realized it, I couldn't put it downI won't be reading any more of this series because I just can't take the tension -- this book was intense, gritty, fast-paced, complex, with a plot that kept me guessing. Very well done and now I am exhausted from staying up to finish reading, because I simply had to know how it would finish. If you like clandestine thrillers where even the good guys have to walk the line between black-and-white, you'll love this book.

    16. I just finished Lost Girls and I first wish I knew that this was the second book in the series. I hate when I read a book and I realize there was something that would have made the book read better because the second book never gives us the character development that I want. The story was action packed and I loved the thrill that the book brought. What I did not like was the editing mistakes in the book. A published book never needs to have so many editing mistakes. I didn't love the book but, I [...]

    17. Decently written well paced story. A rogue special forces outfit and an outed operative team up to rend havoc on U.S. Intelligence folks that wanted them dead.Where they got Governmental finances/resources to launch this revenge strike (other than money from the drug cartel that imprisoned them) I always wondered about. Plus, outright killing top Government officials as a sanctioned activityto solve money laundering at a National level seemed a stretch.The story did work on the surface. It kept [...]

    18. I was looking for a good "cat and mouse" book with lots of twists and turns. I have read a book he co-wrote with Jennifer Crusie, which I liked, so I was curious about this one.I wasn't disappointed. I was intrigued from page one, and as the story unfolded, it just got better. The characters weren't particularly likeable, yet, they were redeemable in the end.A good read.

    19. As I was looking for something to read I came across this story on Kindle. I decided to give it a try and was rewarded with a great story of suspense. I felt for each of the characters in this book and am glad for the change of pace that this book brought me.

    20. Good storyline, but author needs to hire a better editor to proof his works as he knows what he wants to write but fails to properly complete sentences and leaves the reader to insert words or missing information that was missing.

    21. After reading the first in this series, I was disappointed in the follow-up. Weak plot development, needless loose ends from the 1st book, and a missed opportunity to further develop the interesting characters I found intriguing. Bummer.

    22. This book filled with good guys turned bad (go rogue) some with a vendetta and others with a vengeance. I enjoyed it very much, an action packed suspense thriller. I liked it from cover to cover. It was a fun read, very entertaining.

    23. Quite a bit of swearing. Perhaps that's to be expected in an army/suspense book, but I don't think I will pick up another of his books. I also had a hard time following the twists. I must have been tired, too tired to keep up with all the names and side-characters.

    24. Again, an excellent story, or back-story.4 stars for this 5-star read! It is frustrating and disappointing that a professional (or not) was paid (or not) to fix grammar, spelling, name mistakes, and factual errors before placing a book for sale! Seems unacceptable to me.

    25. Thrills and chillsThis thriller had more twists and turns where it took a little effort to keep up with the good guys who were almost as bad as the real bad guys. It had a lot of realism and kept me guessing to the very end. Well worth reading.

    26. This is the second Bob Mayer book I've read. His story lines remind me of Ludlum, or the TV show "24." The main characters are compelling. The fast-paced and suspenseful stories are hard to put down. Now I'm reading Eternity Base. Bad for my writing project, good for my entertainment.

    Leave a Comment