They Called Me The Cat

by Margaret Routcliffe



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/20/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 342
ISBN : 9781425178932
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 342
ISBN : 9781466946880

About the Book

Stephanie McConnell sent to live with her estranged Aunt Elizabeth and Uncle Pat’s family when her twin siblings came down with a rare disease from Africa found a second family in Ontario. While at her Aunt and Uncle’s Stephanie learned to be a championship Equestrian rider while making enemies within the family. It was during this stay that the seed to researching her birthright begins.

Taken from this luxurious lifestyle she is sent back to her family back in the United States to look after her ill siblings and her ill Mother. Through her mother she starts her love of photography and starts to make money from it. She became a model to her boyfriend Tom who at the time idolized her. Now getting known as The Cat in both the modeling and photographic world she was becoming famous until an attack and accident almost ends her career.

Struggling to make it back to the top she battled all odds to become a lawyer where her nickname The Cat followed. She pursued the birthright that was hers at all costs and she didn’t care whose feet she stepped on, or who got hurt

There had been three loves in her life but which one she would be with all of them were so different yet all played a very big part in the final outcome. Her cat ways kept her safe through all the curves in the book but would it be able to save her in the end.

About the Author

Margaret Routcliffe is a very family oriented person that has used her family for inspiration in her poetry. Spending time with a camera and then developing the photographs is one of her ways of relaxing. She has also done some sketching and painting. She has worked in the financial industry for the last 40 years and one day; one of her co-workers asked what else she wanted to do. With that question she replied ‰*ÏI would like to write a book‰**, then why don‰*ªt you the co-workers said. That night I went home and on a manual typewriter she wrote the first three chapters of ‰*ÏThey Call Me The Cat‰** and for the next three months the book possessed her. After the three months and 427 rough draft pages she persisted in having the book published. Now it is about to become a reality.