The Picasso Paradigm

by William Kosman



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 01/02/2000

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 352
ISBN : 9781585004645

About the Book

Reporter David Hirsch enjoys the good New York life - a great job, a beautiful, accomplished lover, and the excitement of the city. Until he begins digging into a story about the world's leading computer chip manufacturer. A relentless journalist, Hirsch discovers a complex stock and murder plot by the electronics industry's philosopher-king and his sex-starved wife to steal the next generation of computer chips. When Hirsch discovers too much, he risks becoming one more in a string of strangely brutal murders - despite the desperate investigation of an over-the-hill New York detective.

The Picasso Paradigm's fast-paced action moves through today's high-tech world, from the financial sector and Silicon Valley to the new technology that could alter the world, to its surprising conclusion.

About the Author

William Kosman brings true credibility to his novel about high-tech journalism and corporate life. He's a former journalist with years of experience -- from his time as a newspaper police reporter to his days as a wire-service newsman in Washington, DC. Significantly, he served for four years as an editor at a respected New York-based trade magazine. Kosman was also a public relations and communications executive for high-tech companies. Kosman brings readers a spare, action-filled style with sharp dialogue, backed up by his knowledge of corporate life and the high-tech sector.