Welcome to Andy Kutler for a short interview to find out more about this political thriller author.
Are you jealous of other writers?
No. I admire and learn from them, and am intrigued by their unique journeys to publishing success. We’ve all had our ups and downs.
What makes you cry?
What makes you laugh?
My kids. Lot of comedy in this family.
What are you ashamed of?
I cheated in high school algebra. Crib notes. Let’s keep that between us.
What’s the loveliest thing you have ever seen?
My newborn daughter, when she was wrapped in a bundle and handed to me, at age 94 seconds.
Publication Date: December 30, 2021
Honorable Profession: A Novel of American Politics is a compelling, hopeful story of a cynical former Secret Service agent and his idealistic daughter as they follow a longshot candidate into the perilous arena of presidential politics.
After resigning from his agency under an ethical cloud, 46-year-old Dan Cahill commits himself to rebuilding his relationship with Megan, the college-aged daughter in Las Vegas he has long neglected. She persuades a reluctant Cahill to join the student-led campaign of a popular professor competing in the Nevada presidential primary against impossible odds. As they face powerful forces conspiring to clear the field, Cahill’s deep-seated disdain for electoral politics collides with Megan’s higher ideals. Each of their faiths are tested by political allies and adversaries, all desperate for victory, no matter the costs.
Crafted by award-winning author Andy Kutler, Honorable Profession is an absorbing, modern-day political drama filled with authentic and indelible characters, each struggling with their own loyalties and principles as they duel with unscrupulous rivals and the meaning of public service.
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Andy Kutler is a writer and author of two award-winning novels, The Batter’s Box and The Other Side of Life. Andy has also written extensively for The Huffington Post and The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Over a 28-year professional career, he has worked in the United States Senate, the U.S. Secret Service, and the national security community. A Wisconsin native, Andy lives with his wife and two children in Arlington, Virginia.
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