Tim Stutler

Biography

    Tim Stutler is a California writer, lawyer, and humor blogger (timstutler.com/blog.html). His second novel, HILLARI'S HEAD, was published in the summer of 2013. His first, DEAD HAND CONTROL, was released in paperback and dust jacket forms in 2003 and in Kindle format in 2011.
    Born and raised in Ohio, Stutler enlisted in the navy after high school and sailed the Pacific for five years. Following his 1981 discharge he enrolled at California State University, Fullerton, graduating in 1984. Stutler then attended UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law, where he earned a juris doctorate in 1987 after completing his 3L year at Harvard Law School. He served as a member of the CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW and an editor of the HARVARD ENVIRONMENTAL LAW REVIEW, and has edited or contributed to other professional, scholarly and general-interest publications.
    Stutler is presently a Deputy City Attorney for the City of San Diego. He has held a number of other positions over his career, including dishwasher, burger flipper, taxi driver, sailor, soldier, law firm partner, Assistant United States Attorney, administrative law judge, and municipal court judge pro tempore.
    In addition to writing and practicing law, Stutler is a distance bicyclist and enjoys cooking. He and his wife Marilyn live in San Diego, California. They are proud parents of an adult son.

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Books

Hillari's Head
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 63,220. Language: English. Published: July 20, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
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Kristina Orris seeks a new life. She is burdened by the memory of Hillari, her disfigured sister. Kristina dreamed of being a lawyer, an impossible goal yoked to Hillari. At 18, she abandoned her sister. Now, eight years later, Kristina meets attorney Gideon Ducker. They thrive, but the swelling burden of guilt over her past prevents her from realizing her dreams. Is it too late to redeem herself?

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