William Eisner has had three careers: engineer, businessman, and author. His first novel, The Sévigné Letters, was considered “one of the best novels of the year” by the Roanoke Times and “an elegant tale of suspense” by the Los Angeles Times. The book was adapted for the stage and played at the Lobero Theater in Santa Barbara, California. He has published two other novels: Athena, and Fault Line. Eisner ran substantial businesses for twenty years and understands the world of the entrepreneurs and how vulnerable a man and his company can be.