Following college, I worked for two years in Washington, D.C., as a legislative assistant to a congressman. There, I met my wife, Christine. Not long after we married, we bought a sailboat, which some past owner had named Two Roads, after the Robert Frost poem "The Road Not Taken." Six months later, we quit our jobs and spent a year sailing the Caribbean. I subsequently attended law school and supplemented my income writing articles for the ABA magazine "Student Lawyer." After graduation, I worked as an appellate court attorney, then became a patent lawyer. My wife and I now have four children, five grandchildren and a weird dog.
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An alien device clones an ancient Angle warlord and his daughter. Centuries later, scientists around the world are disappearing. A young girl awakens in a Chicago alley with no memory, but a growing realization she has special abilities. Two boys in a small Colorado town stumble into a battle between virtual beings. The heroes will need all their combined courage and intelligence just to survive.
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