About the author

Jeffry Weiss

<p><strong>BIOGRAPHY</strong></p> <p></p> <p>Mr. Weiss attended Central High School, at the time recognized as the top High School academically in the U.S.&nbsp; He then attended Drexel University where he gained a BS in History, Temple University where he earned an MA in Economics and the University of Pennsylvania where he received an MA in International Affairs.&nbsp; Those studies provided him with unique insights in the realm of foreign policy, military capabilities<em>, </em><em>d&eacute;tente</em><em>,</em> and trade.</p> <p></p> <p>He has been a writer for forty plus years and has penned hundreds of articles on social, political, and economic issues.&nbsp; He has written position papers for the Carter and Clinton Administrations and his work on social issues has received recognition directly from the office of the President of M&eacute;xico.&nbsp; He speaks regularly with Noam Chomsky on political, economic, cultural, and military issues.</p> <p></p> <p>Mr. Weiss writes political, military, economic and scientific thrillers.&nbsp; There are now twelve books in the Paul Decker series.&nbsp; All his stories come right off the front pages of the major magazines and newspapers but none of his plots has ever found their way into novel before.&nbsp; His characters are ones readers can relate to: flawed, not superheroes.&nbsp; His stories do not require a leap of faith or use deus ex machina.</p> <p></p> <p>Finally, he has written a stage play, &ldquo;Einstein at the Guten Zeiten (good times) Beer Garden, and an urban horror novel: &ldquo;The Art of Theft&rdquo;, a modern day version of &ldquo;The Picture of Dorian Grey&rdquo; by Oscar Wilde.</p> <p></p>