Tom Humphrey was born in California and raised in Arizona. After high school, he spent four years in the Air Force repairing airborne radios and radars. For a couple of those years, he was stationed in Greece where he married his Greek landlady, with whom he had three children. After discharge, he worked nights as an electronic repairman to support his family while spending days in college studying finance. He completed all the requirements for a doctorate at Harvard except the thesis. Then he became Director of Finance at a major international airline for many years while living on Long Island next to New York City—until it went bankrupt and he retired. It wasn't his fault that the airline’s passengers dribbled away. Since then, he has been doing some writing. His published books are: "Basic Programming for the Financial Executive" (non-fiction), "A Knight on Long Island" (novel), and "The Reader's Buffet" (short-story collection). He recently moved from New York back to Arizona.
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The Adrenaline Man
by Tom Humphrey
The Adrenaline Man is Roger Burlington, a fellow whose adrenal glands are three times the normal size. When he is faced with danger, the adrenaline dump makes him stronger and faster than an average person.
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