Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Infant Carrier: A Collection of Short Stories

Jessie Cox « Author the Ray Corngrower Saga and Other Works

The Infant Carrier: 

A Collection of Short Stories

Prequels to the Ray Corngrower Saga

The first book of the Ray Corngrower Saga has been newly re-booted with more editing and a great cover.


About the Book:

Like the contemporary Native American tribe the characters in this book are law abiding or criminals. Deputy Ray Corngrower walks a thin line between the Red World and the White World, while trying to regain his spiritual beliefs and balance his love life and work with Special Agent Jan Meyers of the FBI.
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Jessie's grandmother in beautiful regalia.
Jessie's grandmother in beautiful regalia.
702a2018be1b0a7e9d9aa4-l-_v398469719_sy470_About the Author: Jessie Cox is a Native American author bringing us tales from his life experiences being raised on Creek land by his grandmother as a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, a variety of jobs including Law Enforcement, Chief Engineer, Gold Prospecting, Freelance Writer/Columnist, and his time of living and working in the Alaskan tundra. Find Jessie on his Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Author DB, and Amazon ]
Jessie's grandmother in beautiful regalia.  


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Author Elizabeth Delana Rosa praises the series saying, “I am a big fan of this series. I do not usually read mysteries; in fact, I’m known to shove them off onto another reviewer who does reviews for my site. However, I know Jessie and I said, “I would give an honest review.” To be honest, it took me a while to get it rolling, but once I got started I couldn’t stop. Every book stands on its own but as you read them together you get a larger and larger picture of the community and characters. I enjoyed how the mystery and suspense contained Native American legends. I found the viewpoint new to me and intriguing, to the point I went back to the author to tell me more stories. I, also, loved how you almost hear an old man’s voice telling us the tale. I love how the words flowed. Some would want to fault the author on his wording but for me the wording is what makes it. It’s showing the author’s Oklahoman and Native American roots. I can’t say enough about this series and can’t wait for the books to come.”


  1. Sound like a good read. I nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award, Matthew.