About the Author
Richard W. Morris, a retired lawyer and pilot, was licensed in two U.S. states and the United Kingdom of England and Wales, is a member
of Mensa, a former teacher and adjunct professor in economics. He holds the academic degrees of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
with a major in economics, Juris Doctor, and Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration. During his half-century in aviation
(airline transport pilot, flight and ground instructor licenses), he flew as pilot-in-command (captain) in some 40 countries on four
His legal career began as a prosecutor and then criminal defense counsel before limiting his practice to civil matters.
His published credits include articles in such diverse periodicals as the "San Diego Realtor" magazine, "San Diego Mensan," "American
Atheist," "Playboy," "Truth Seeker," "Art World News," "Northwest Valley Business News," "Sun Life Magazine," and he was a columnist
for the Page (Arizona) newspaper, "Page USA."
Richard coauthored "The Art Fraud Virus" with Richard W. Stevens and he is
now working on his next novel, "If Abe Had Been Honest," an historical novel about Lincoln, and a non-fiction economics book, "Crime