“The Search – An Hour Closer” by Frank Klein and Bill Hollenbeck has been released worldwide. This 339-page novel weaves together three distinct events, each resulting in a frantic search across the Arkansas landscape. Through unexpected twists, the connection between the events begins to unfold, and the characters must overcome danger and violence deep in the Ozarks.
The Search – An Hour Closer (ISBN: 9781736522486) may be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The paperback retails for $15.99. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram.
From the back cover:
At a waterfall in a canyon in Arkansas, a young couple on their honeymoon is brutally attacked and the bride is murdered. Her husband swears he will find her killers. His search begins.
A series of murders across multiple state lines draws the attention of the FBI whose search leads to three men with connections to rural Arkansas. Their search begins.
Two women, with the help of a mystery rescuer, have escaped from a vicious gang who were holding them deep in the Arkansas wilderness. The gang’s search begins.
The gang has a problem; the rescuer has an agenda of his own.
Set in scenic canyons and ravines in Arkansas three searches are underway, whose search will end first?
About the authors:
George F. Klein was born and raised in Arkansas and has roamed the forests and mountains in the middle western part of the state all his life. His writing is about places where he has actually been and things he has actually seen and done. He also has a law enforcement background, having worked as a reserve police officer for seven years, during which time he was on a reserve combat pistol team and won several trophies. He is a widower and has four children, four grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.
Bill Hollenbeck grew up in Fort Smith, Arkansas and has been a law enforcement officer for over 38 years. Bill started his career with the Dallas Police Department before moving back home to Arkansas working for the Sebastian County Sheriff’s Office and eventually becoming Sheriff for almost 8 years. Bill is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, former SWAT leader, and holds a B.S. in Organizational Management. Bill is married to his wife Dr. Karen Hollenbeck and has five children and three grandchildren. Bill is currently the Chief of the Fort Smith Public Schools Police Department.
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