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Normal Secrets: A Search for Identity, Growth, Love, and Motorcycles - a memoir Paperback – March 18, 2017
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About the Author
Walter F. Kern worked 35 years in telephone research after receiving a master's degree in electrical engineering. He then switched careers several times, eventually writing four books. Upon the death of his father, Walter was made aware that there were secrets in his family that had been kept from him. After he uncovered all the secrets, he decided to write this memoir to tell you how he did it.
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When he was 51, he and Jane became interested in motorcycling and this became a new passion for both of them. His memoir also covers secrets that he only resolved later in life.
If you live in, or are from, Illinois. If you live in, or are from, McLean County. If you want to know what it was like growing up in the 40's. If you attend, or attended, Normal Community High School. If you love vintage cars. If you ride, or would like to ride, Motorcycles. If you attended college in Missouri, or if you attended MIT. If you are searching for some hidden family secret. All this, and more. "Normal Secrets" was written by my high school classmate (NCHS class of 1956), Walter Kern. I cannot begin to count the memories that flooded over me as I read this. Even if you don't have any of the above attachments, I still believe you will find this an enjoyable read.