Read about Kevin's latest book The Perfect Catch in the Wellesley Townsman.
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Kevin Walsh lives in Wellesley, Mass., with his wife, Jean, and daughters Samantha and Amanda. He is a seasoned sports and news broadcaster with Comcast SportsNet New England and New England Cable News. Kevin’s first book, THE MARROW IN ME, details his journey as a bone marrow donor.
Seventy-three-year-old Bob Walsh didn’t bother to ask his three adult sons if they would like to join him on a Thanksgiving week fly fishing trip to Western New York before he booked and paid for it. It had been five years since all four men, spread across the country, had been together. They didn’t have another five years to wait.
As prized steelhead trout returned to the river to spawn where they were born, the Walshes retraced their roots, reeling in fish and each other; settling old beefs, reconnecting as friends, and bonding as men. And oh yes, one unforgettable fish was caught by the man who made it all happen. The Perfect Catch is for men written by a man. It is a book that wives will want their husbands to read, and a book that any decent man should have in his hands.
We know there are a lot of books out there about people loving their pooches, however, Follow the Dog Home is more than that—it shows how the one constant in our changing world is the family dog.
The stories are written by three generations of the Walsh family and tie together seventy years and seventeen dogs in a most extraordinary way. In fact, during a simple walk in a brand new city, Kevin Walsh's German Shepherd, Beverly, led Kevin on an amazing journey back to his father’s childhood home. Was this all just a strange coincidence? Did Beverly’s ultra-keen sense of smell recognize “Grandpop’s” scent seventy years after he lived there? Could that really happen? Read Follow the Dog Home and find out!
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