Jim Sutherland


Jim Sutherland edited major Canadian and U.S. magazines including Institutional Investor, Western Living and Vancouver, which in 1997 under his direction was named Canada's magazine of the year. Now freelance he writes on subjects including business, design, travel, food & wine and golf for publications ranging from the Wall Street Journal to the Globe and Mail to Air Canada's enRoute. He lives in Vancouver, where he attempts to keep a handicap in the single digits. This is his first novel.


Snap Slice
Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 62,380. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General, Fiction » Sports
The smart, funny, sexy novel about golf and golfers—and art and architecture, and business and economics, and science and psychology, and men and women, and skirts and skorts. Part sports novel, part romantic comedy, part crazy romp, Snap Slice is a hugely funny, richly populated and surprisingly insightful page-turner in the tradition of writers like Carl Hiassen, Nick Hornby and Dan Jenkins

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golf    humor    romantic comedy    sport