New York Times best-selling author Lewis Perdue’s twenty-one published books have sold more than 4 million copies and have been translated into every major language in the world along with more than a dozen other tongues.
Of his twenty published books, sixteen are thrillers and the remaining five cover wine, technology, and how porn has driven the technology and business model of the World Wide Web.
Lew’s plots grow out of a scientific education, investigative reporting of prominent crimes and felonies in Congress and the White House. He currently performs a variety of services for a private global intelligence firm and a major U.S. law enforcement agency. He also edits Wine Industry Insight.
Perdue studied physics and biology in college and usually works those into his books. He received his B.S. (1972) with distinction from Cornell University.
He has served on the faculties at UCLA and Cornell University, founded four companies including two technology firms, a wine company and a magazine, and been a top aide to a U.S. Senator and a state governor.
He has also run political races for Congress, worked as a Washington (D.C) correspondent (Ottaway/Dow-Jones, States News Service), a columnist for Gannett, The Wall Street Journal Online, CBS Marketwatch and TheStreet.Com, and a book reviewer for Barron’s.
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The Wrath of Grapes
by Lewis Perdue
Over long, hard decades, American winemakers have won the respect of connoisseurs everywhere. Many of the world's most cherished, and expensive, wines come fro the United States.. But today, the unique and eccentric wine industry faces agrim set of challenges that could transform it forever: oversupply in the face of flat consumption, devastating vineyard diseases...
The French Paradox
by Lewis Perdue
An exploration of the medical benefits of a French Mediterranean way of life describes how Americans can improve their own health and decrease their risk of heart attack through moderate wine drinking.
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