Dale German’s novel launches new 2015 marketing campaign

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‘The Judge’s Wife Is Missing’ sends readers on action-packed adventure

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“It is a well-written mystery,” Hair says, “It flows well, and keeps your interest. The characters have dimension and are believable, and you are concerned about what happens to them.”

A woman’s disappearance brings a retired cop back to the force for one last thrilling case in author Dale German’s novel, “The Judge’s Wife Is Missing” (published by Abbott Press). German’s daughter, Pam Hair, published the novel posthumously for him and is now kicking off 2015 with a new marketing campaign.

Set in Wichita, Kansas, “The Judge’s Wife Is Missing” follows retired police Capt. Amos Cooper, who is suddenly called back to the force to investigate a disappearance. The missing person, Marilou Wells, was seen boarding a nonstop plane from Wichita to Boston, but she never made it to Boston.

Marilou is the wife of Judge Elmo Wells, who has never gotten along with Amos, and there are plenty of people with grudges against with Elmo. As Amos delves deeper into the case, he suspects foul play and realizes that Marilou has a few secrets of her own as well. Will he find her before it is too late?

Filled with twists and turns, “The Judge’s Wife Is Missing” presents readers with a puzzling mystery.

“It is a well-written mystery,” Hair says, “It flows well, and keeps your interest. The characters have dimension and are believable, and you are concerned about what happens to them.”

“The Judge’s Wife Is Missing”
By Dale German
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 252 pages | ISBN 9781458210777
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 252 pages | ISBN 9781458210784
E-Book | 252 pages | ISBN 9781458210760
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Dale German was born in 1932, and grew up in Wichita, Kansas. He studied chemistry, with a minor in physics, at Wichita University. He worked for Boeing Aircraft Company, where he developed concepts the company would later patent, up until his retirement. He enjoyed photography and wood-working and was also an accomplished silversmith. He passed away in 1999.

Abbott Press, a division of Writer’s Digest – the oldest and most respected publisher devoted to the education and advancement of writers – is an indie-publishing imprint dedicated to helping writers bring their literary vision to print. Author Solutions, LLC, a leader in indie book publishing, will fulfill publishing, sales, and marketing services for Abbott Press. For more information, or to begin publishing a book today, log on to abbottpress.com or call 866-697-5310.
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