Mike Nemeth was born and raised in Appleton, Wisconsin and is a die-hard Badger and Packer fan. A Vietnam-era Army veteran, he raised a daughter as a single parent while pursuing a career in high technology that took him from Atlanta to Texas, Colorado, Tennessee, and Florida before returning to Atlanta. He holds a private pilot’s license, once coached a state champion AAU basketball team, and is a motor-boating enthusiast.
Before turning to fiction, he published Cinderella’s Slipper, a non-fiction book about the use of computer algorithms to rank college football and basketball teams, and The Missing Ingredient, an article published in The New York Times that explained why college football rankings are always wrong.
The second installment of the Redemption Trilogy, Absolved, is in the hands of the editors.