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My new novel, Practical Applications of Game Theory, is the story of two partners-in-crime, compelled to testify against one another to reduce their prison sentences. One of them, Remy Martin, is a rugged outlaw mathematician, facing a series of harrowing obstacles inside a maximum-security prison, applying game theory to such questions as whether to shank the sociopath who preys upon the weaker prisoners, and how much to charge for illicit contraband in the black market prison economy, all the while addressing his biggest question: should he betray his partner-in-crime to escape from the hellhole he has landed in?
Be aware: the book includes violence and strong language and may not be appropriate for children.
Click here to read Practical Applications of Game Theory.
There are several short stories available under the Stories tab. Read and enjoy!
Some of the stories have accompanying artwork. Click on the art tab to look at the pictures and especially if you are an artist willing to illustrate a story.
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