Writer Bob Cohn is excited about the national release of two novels at the same time, with book signings for both planned at Barnes & Noble in the Foothills Mall Saturday, June 11 from 1 to 3 p.m.

Cohn, a longtime Tucson resident and the former owner of an advertising agency, said he’s always been a writer, and couldn’t be happier about releasing “To Catch A Catch” and “Think Tank.”

“To Catch A Catch” is a romantic comedy about a wealthy advertising man who loses his loving wife after 29 years.

He becomes a catch for footloose women who do everything to inveigle their way into his upscale country club lifestyle.

“Think Tank,” on the other hand, is an eye-opening thriller about a young Think Tank Ph.D who makes a presentation at Harvard suggesting that government officials should be required to have degrees in government sciences the same way degrees are required for architects, accountants, doctors, engineers and lawyers. But when Harvard, Stanford and several other universities endorse the idea, all hell breaks loose. Shooting starts and bombs explode when angry people decide that stopping the Ph.D and his beautiful fiancée will stop the Think Tank and the President’s 2050 Project, which was the source of the idea.

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