This book sounds to me like the product of a publisher's marketing department. No picture anywhere, no interviews, no author website, a fictional bio, a supposed brother who, conveniently, also writes a best-seller... Come on!!!
I can just picture a production team combing ehow.com for fun questions and slapping these books together.
Incidentally, the copyright page of my book reads Bunty Butler (not Cutler!) A clue that they couldn't keep the name straight?
My female companion who has a good sense for "voice" says there's no way a woman wrote this book. And the dedication mentions someone who provides the "background voices" to the author's "girlhood". Enough said, the author is a man or a group of editors working together.
Nice work on the layout, though! :)
But in this age of non-stop advertising assault, we didn't need another marketing trick, however clever.
A question for the book reviewers who went along with this: Did you buy the story, or are you out to trick your readers?