Amber Oak and the Missing Links

By Ceara Comeau

Crime & mystery | Paperback, eBook


Time is running out as Amber uncovers clues to her family's past. She will have to go to great lengths to save her family and her friends. Along the journey, the young sleuth comes face to face with a truth that has been hidden from her sight; a truth that can only save her loved ones.



I started writing stories when I was twelve years old. My writing career began with “Amber Oak Volume 1” and “Adventures of the Young and Curious”. Both books were a compilation of short stories that were self-published when I was fifteen years old. Over the next few years, “Amber Oak Volume 2” was written and became self-published when I was seventeen. During my college years, “Amber Oak and the Missing Links” and “Amber Oak and the Master of Illusions” was born. After they were self-published, I wrote another story separate from my Amber Oak world entitled, “The Lost Journal of Erika Traynor”. That was the last book I self-published before graduating college in December 2016. Later, I returned to the beginning and looked at my Amber Oak series. It was then that I decided to take the series I worked hard on all those years ago and rewrite it. It first started out as an eight book novella series, then to a trilogy, and then it turned into one book, “Memories of Chronosalis.”


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I started writing stories when I was twelve years old. My writing career began with “Amber Oak Volume 1” and “Adventures of the Young and Curious”. Both books were a compilation of short stories that were self-published when I was fifteen years old. Over the next few years, “Amber Oak Volume 2” was written and became self-published when I was seventeen. During my college years, “Amber Oak and the ...


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