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Charlie Chan Meets Tom Swifty
     

Charlie Chan Meets Tom Swifty

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by T.A. Corbi
 
This is not a detective mystery book. It is not a children's book either.

This little book is a parody of the Chan character, giving him the chance to voice talking points that no honorable detective should ever mouth -- in the style of a Tom Swifty.

Overview

This is not a detective mystery book. It is not a children's book either.

This little book is a parody of the Chan character, giving him the chance to voice talking points that no honorable detective should ever mouth -- in the style of a Tom Swifty.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014032216
Publisher:
e-nuphf books, llc
Publication date:
10/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
72
File size:
114 KB

Meet the Author

T.A. Corbi was born at an early age in Chicago to a blue collar family. He grew up in the western suburbs, in the echo and vibration of the Illinois Central railroad freight trains that resonated next door. Lured into the Middle Class mythos that study and hard work were the secrets to success, as a youth, he excelled as student -- valedictorian in both his public elementary and high school classes. He held a number of editor posts at an award winning high school newspaper and was given scholarships, bursary student jobs, and loans to attend Yale University.

After graduating cum laude, Corbi worked in the computer industry for over 30 years, operating computers, writing software programs, researching, and managing various software projects. Now retired, in well-earned obscurity, when his bad back permits, he toils at countless household chores as an indentured servant to his family – in an undisclosed location.

His next book, many will be happy to know, takes place on Mars.

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