Friday, March 1, 2019

New book: The Care and Feeding of Harry by Ray Findlay

The Care and Feeding of Harry by Ray Findlay
It seems Harry Flapper leads a charmed life. But then again, maybe charmed isn’t quite the right word. Because when Harry is around—and even when he isn’t—very strange things seem to happen.
There was that moose goring a dune buggy to death. And the fixation of the local police with the mysterious Flapper Gang. And who could forget Victoria, Harry’s winsome mother who daily faces the many challenges of keeping her husband Bull alive and her family one step removed from another calamity.
Add a full cast of grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and several other hapless and sometimes flirtatious creatures, and you have a recipe for mishaps and hilarity.

The Care and Feeding of Harry is available on Amazon here.

About the Author
Debut fiction author and retired professor Ray Findlay got tired of writing turgid texts about engineering topics and some years ago turned his attention to his son and his forthcoming marriage. Deciding that he wanted to give his son a very special gift, he collected a series of anecdotes loosely related to real life, wrote them up, had them bound and presented to him as his wedding gift.
Realizing he had a book in development and with two daughters who expected him to write something about them, he set about writing The Care and Feeding of Harry. He’s now working on a sequel Following Harry.
Ray and his wife live in Hamilton, Ontario with their cat Sushi, who is the inspiration for Claws the Cat in the book.

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