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Brian Katcher


Brian Katcher

Brian Katcher lives in Missouri with his wife and daughter, where he works as a school librarian. He still hasn't paid that parking ticket he got in West Virginia in 1997.

Brian Katcher

Books by Brian Katcher

by Brian Katcher - Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, Romance, Young Adult 12+

Promposals are taking over Deacon Locke’s high school and there is no place left to hide. But even with graduation looming, shy and unusually tall Deacon doesn’t think he can get up the nerve to ask anyone to the dance. Especially given all the theatrics. It isn’t until Deacon confides in his witty and outgoing best friend Jean that he realizes should could be a great person to take. Only problem is Jean isn’t your typical prom date. She’s older. A lot older. And she’s Deacon’s grandmother. But when Deacon meets Soraya --- a girl unlike any other he’s ever met --- he fears he has totally squandered his chances of having a prom he’ll never forget. Deacon couldn’t be more wrong.

by Brian Katcher - Friendship, Humor, Romance, Young Adult 10+

When Ana Watson’s brother ditches a high school trip to run wild at Washingcon, type-A Ana knows that she must find him or risk her last shot at freedom from her extra-controlling parents. In her desperation, she’s forced to enlist the last person she’d ever want to spend time with --- slacker Zak Duquette --- to help find her brother before morning comes. But over the course of the night, while being chased by hordes of costumed Vikings and zombies, Ana and Zak begin to open up to one another. Soon, what began as the most insane nerdfighter manhunt transforms into so much more...

by Brian Katcher - Historical Thriller, Mystery, Thriller, Youth Fiction

Sherman Andrews is going places. At seventeen, he’s been accepted in the Missouri Scholars Academy, a summer college program for the academically-oriented. He is determined to become an award-winning investigative journalist. While doing some research, Sherman comes across a photograph of four men, dated 1935. When a little digging reveals that three of the men were murdered shortly after the picture was taken, Sherman’s interest is piqued. He soon uncovers Depression-era records of deaths, disappearances, and cover-ups on an almost unbelievable scale. Too late, Sherman realizes that the organization responsible is still around, and they do not appreciate outside interest. They’re prepared to take drastic measures to keep him quiet, even if it means shutting him up permanently.

by Brian Katcher - Fiction, Young Adult 14+

Things change for Logan when a homeschooler named Sage joins his high school. Sage's parents have forbidden her to date, but she won’t say why. When Logan acts on his feelings for Sage, and she finally discloses her big secret: she’s actually a boy. Enraged and feeling betrayed, Logan lashes out at Sage. Then Logan reaches out in an attempt to understand, but Logan has no idea how rocky the road back to friendship will be.