Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Published by Roger Alan Bonner
Roger Alan Bonner is a retired economist and ersatz mathematician, now busy creating works of fiction.
For decades, he worked in academia and the US Government. In the 1990s, he enjoyed fifteen minutes of fame for writing a book on international antitrust policy.
A couple years ago he escaped from Washington, D.C. and subsequently from the waterlogged state of Florida. He recently landed in the purple part of North Carolina.
He is interested in baseball, professional American football, nanotechnology, cryptography, genetic engineering, physics, mathematics, macroeconomics, golf, movies, books, cooking, dancing, and music. He is a big fan of guitarist Al DiMeola, actress Minnie Driver, painter Vincent van Gogh, and home run king Barry Bonds.
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