A young woman staggered into the lobby of a hospital, and collapsed on the floor. A baby girl is born to a mother who has lost her memory. A kindhearted police officer would befriend her and attempt to uncover the past she has lost or perhaps conveniently forgotten. She would take a job at the local courthouse where she becomes friends with a judge. The old judge would move on however, but their relationship would remain strong...and that strength would be tested. Now a new Judge, nothing like his predecessor, would be coming to town and he brings with him his own style of justice. His egomaniacal ways would make a mockery of the legal system and perhaps bring an entire state down…in The Judge Who Thought He Was God.
This is my first book and it was started quite by chance. While visiting my wife in a rehabilitation hospital; I met a lovely ninety-two year young lady. We started talking and I told her how living alone was a very lonely and boring life. She suggested I write a book. I had never thought of writing a book, or for that matter even how I would start one. She told me all I needed was a first line and a last line, then fill in the rest. So, I started the first line and the rest began to fall into place.
A lot of things have happened since I started the book. I’ve made many friends that I won’t soon forget. These friend have given me the courage to carry on when I was ready to call it quits…I thank them. The women at the nursing home past away about a month after I started the book…I will never forget her. The strange thing is; I never got her real name. An author herself, she always used a pen name. I hope everyone enjoys the book, and keeps their eyes open for the next one…yes I’m hooked.