About the author

Kenneth Eade

<p>Described by critics as &quot;one of our strongest thriller writers on the scene,&quot; author Kenneth Eade, best known for his legal and political thrillers, practiced International law, Intellectual Property law and E-Commerce law for 30 years before publishing his first novel, &quot;An Involuntary Spy.&quot; Eade, an award-winning, best-selling Top 100 thriller author, has been described by his peers as &quot;one of the up-and-coming legal thriller writers of this generation.&quot; He is the 2015 winner of Best Legal Thriller from Beverly Hills Book Awards, the 2016 winner of a bronze Reader&#39;s Favorite medal,&nbsp;2017 winner of a silver medal,&nbsp;and a 2017 RONE Award Winner. &nbsp;Eade has authored 18 novels which have been translated into six languages.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> &quot;I&#39;ve been writing all my life, but began publishing my work out of a passion for the environment. My wife, Valentina, is a professional photographer, who worked for two years on an environmental exhibition called, &quot;Bee Cause I Care&quot; which was exhibited by the Prince Albert II Foundation and is now touring cities in France to bring awareness to the importance of pollinators and the dangers facing them. I penned a few articles on the subject for the Los Angeles Daily Journal and turned my research into my first book, &quot;Bless the Bees.&quot; That passion continued with the publication of my novel, &quot;An Involuntary Spy,&quot; which is an action thriller that also points to the dangers of genetically engineered food. Then I began publishing the &quot;Brent Marks Legal Thriller Series,&quot; which, in part, is based on actual experiences during my long career in law.</p>