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WANDERING IN THE WORDS PRESS RELEASES SPY NOVEL

Old Bach Is Come is now available in paperback 


Wandering in the Words Press is pleased to announce the release of Old Bach Is Come, a tale of espionage set in the Kingdom of Prussia in 1747. The novel marks the first release for indie publisher, Wandering in the Words Press.

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Written by Australian-based Steve Schach, Old Bach Is Come tells the story of two secret agents ordered to assassinate King Frederick the Great. Although it is a work of fiction, part of the plot centers around a concert performed by musical master Johann Sebastian Bach. This historical thriller is Schach’s first novel, however not his first book. Schach, a retired Vanderbilt University professor, has authored 13 software engineering texts.“The key to writing a good textbook is explaining the subject matter clearly,” said Schach. “The key to writing a good thriller is explaining the complex plot clearly. The hardest part for me was remembering to use a more informal style when writing a thriller.”

Old Bach is Come is now available on Amazon.com. A Kindle edition will launch in the coming weeks. For more information about Old Bach Is Come, visit www.steveschach.com.

Wandering in the Words Press has several book releases planned for 2013. Writer and editor Jennifer Chesak launched the independent publishing company late last year. The press has acquisitioned a variety of titles ranging from science fiction and young adult paranormal romance to memoirs and novellas.

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