Fiction. Worlds that don't touch: a stodgy, mega law firm and an urban strip club, the Mob, the CIA—and a quantum physics lab. Young Eben Burnham, a science buff and shy, first-year lawyer in a cut-throat Wall Street law firm, tries to represent start-up nanotech companies but he doesn't anticipate that any of these worlds will come into play: that his first client's quantum-physics product will have revolutionary secret code-breaking abilities of interest to both the CIA and the Mob.
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About the Author
R. P. Finch has written SKIN IN THE GAME from the vantage point of personal experience gained from his practice of law, although his experience with street thugs and the Mob, strip clubs and the CIA remains shrouded in mystery. His story "The Truth About Falling" was published in Fine Print in connection with its national short-story competition. R. P. Finch has received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Duke University and a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and lives with his wife, Kathy, in Atlanta, Georgia. SKIN IN THE GAME is his first novel.