Author Feature: Jessie Cox

For my first author feature, I bring you Jessie Cox. And right now, two of his books are available for FREE download on Amazon!

The Infant Carrier

“This is the introductory book of a series. It is set in contemporary Oklahoma and introduces the main characters.
Deputy Ray Corngrower is a full blood Creek Indain, dealing with the trials of living in both the red and white worlds, but his problems are compounded by his love for Special Agent Jan Meyers of the FBI.
Jan Meyers is proud of her profession, but must choose between Ray and her career.
Amos Badwater tries to regain the honor and dignity he lost so many years before.”

The House in Banes Meadow

“The House in Banes Meadow is the second volume in the Ray Corngrower series. It, like The Infant Carrier, combines actual Native American legend with a contemporary setting, using the same characters.”

About the Author:

Born in 1948, Jessie Cox is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and was raised on Creek land by his grandmother. He’s worked in law enforcement, has a Chief Engineer’s License, spent several years as a gold prospector, a freelance writer and columnist, and has lived and worked in Alaska. You can find his work on Amazon in both paperback and ebook format.

You can download these books FREE on Amazon, but only for a LIMITED TIME!


Download -> The Infant Carrier

Download -> The House in Banes Meadow

Best of luck, Jessie!

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  1. Just grabbed my free copies thanks for the links now just gotta make time to read them lol

    • I’m sure Jessie thanks you, as I do as well. And I hear ya’ on time…there’s never enough. 😉

  2. Christy Farmer

     /  April 26, 2012

    Thanks for the links, M.S. BTW…I love your story about baby names! I could visualize a mother’s worried face. 🙂

  3. Reblogged this on bflyzone and commented:
    Anything to help a fellow Okie! Good luck! Reblog!


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