David Piper grew up on endless high plains vistas overlaid with right-angle gravel roads. An enormous monopoly hired him to fix
residential telephones, where he encountered the full expression of human eccentricities.
After earning a degree in economics at the University of Kansas, he acquired a couple of telecommunications patents. He managed
technical teams and created algorithms that dynamically altered networks. This behind-the-scenes interaction between computers
and the public spurred him to write Church of the God Particle, a speculative crime thriller in which a man attempts to physically
and spiritually absorb a new technology.
David lives and writes in Austin, Texas.
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