Caught by a Cat: Not a Childrens' Book

Caught by a Cat: Not a Childrens' Book

by Tim Kern
Caught by a Cat: Not a Childrens' Book

Caught by a Cat: Not a Childrens' Book

by Tim Kern

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Overview

Caught by a Cat [Not a Childrens' Book] is a police procedural with more twists than a politician's campaign promises, as two detectives figure out how to nail the crooks they know are guilty, even as the guilty parties themselves become victims.

Though the author, Tim Kern, has been published hundreds of times, this is his first full-length novel.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780967411613
Publisher: Tim Kern
Publication date: 07/04/2017
Series: Mystery One , #1
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 4.25(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

Tim Kern has long been known as a business writer and aviation writer, with bylined work in over fifty aviation magazines, worldwide.
He has been a CEO, a CFO, a large-company regional manager, an, international financial analyst, and an entrepreneur.
Kern is the only journalist to have earned CAM Certification (Certified Aviation Manager) through the NBAA and is the only journalist to have completed the ALEA (Airborne Law Enforcement Association) Accident Investigation course. Kern earned a pilot's license in the early 1990s. He also earned an MBA in several disciplines from Northwestern University.
His first nonfiction book, The Executive Primer, was serialized in SUCCESS Magazine for over three years. The Manual by Eduardo (written as the mysterious Eduardo) has become a popular how-to survival pamphlet, with thousands sold and copied; and The Americans' Fight to Survive, written with principal author GySgt Red Smith, sold out four printings as "the ultimate Y2K Survival Guide" and was reviewed as "...basically a manual on urban guerilla warfare."
Recently, he has written political/economic analyses and branched into travel writing, specializing in the popular tourist spots in the Caribbean. He has also traveled to several countries in Europe, and Abu Dhabi, and has lived in ten states, setting foot in all but Hawaii.
He taught economics for fifteen years, raced motorcycles and cars, and was a full-time mechanic on a Can-Am Championship-winning race team; and he was a race car driving instructor.
He maintains a vigorous writing career in aviation, travel, and politics. He lives in the Midwest.
None of that prepared him in any particular way to be a novelist. Caught by a Cat is his first novel.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Chapter Two: This doesn’t belong........................1

Chapter Three: Barry Cassidy............................21

Chapter Four: A shower curtain.........................37

Chapter Five: Old tech still works......................43

Chapter Six: A beautiful friendship.....................45

Chapter One: Ramping up to today....................55

Chapter Seven: Phony plate’s a break................83

Chapter Eight: Charlie ’n Chip............................95

Chapter Nine: Ronnie McGowan.......................107

Chapter Ten: Only in horseshoes......................117

Chapter Eleven: Visiting the missus..................129

Chapter Twelve: Swiffer snitches.......................137

Chapter Thirteen: Chip’s pizza party..................173

Chapter Fourteen: Rolling................................191

Chapter Fifteen: Too many murderers................201

Chapter Sixteen: It was understood..................221

Chapter Seventeen: Turning Loco.....................233

Chapter Eighteen: Irritating Phillips...................237

Chapter Nineteen: Pullman leaves the station....243

Chapter Twenty: A team of misfits....................251

Chapter Twenty-One: Who's crazy?..................259

Chapter Twenty-Two: Cruisin’ and bruisin’..........265

Chapter Twenty-Three: Bathroom bingo.............273

Epilogue.........................................................279

About Tim Kern...............................................281

Connect with Tim Kern.....................................282

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