William Eisner has worked as an engineer, a businessman, and a writer. The Roanoke Times named his first novel, The Sevigne Letters, one of the best of the year, and the Los Angeles Times called it an artful suspense story. The book was adapted for the stage and performed at Santa Barbara's Lobero Theater. He's also the author of Athena and Fault Line, two other novels. Eisner has twenty years of experience running large firms and understands the world of entrepreneurs and how fragile a guy and his company can be.