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About the Author
David J. Cord spent fifteen years in the investment industry, as salesman, administrator and hedge fund manager. He has been a contributor to the Helsinki Times newspaper since its foundation, reporting on business and authoring its most popular column, which includes an eclectic mix of investment tips, angry policy recommendations and laconic observations about the economy. He has also written for publishers as diverse as European CEO and the Finnish Foreign Ministry.
His first book, Mohamed 2.0: Disruption Manifesto, was published in 2012. Called simply brilliant by Finland s largest business newspaper Kaupalehti, it tells the story of Mohamed El-Fatatry and the rise and fall of the online social network Muxlim.
Dead Romans was his second book. The shepherd slave boy Daphnis struggles to keep his family together under the ownership of a cruel master. The emperor s mistress Panthea doubts her self-worth due to an abusive relationship with her father. The writer Aristides must decide if he should sacrifice his integrity to get a literary patron. In the midst of their personal catastrophes, the plague sweeps through the Roman Empire. The three must face their mortality and what is really important in life.
An American by birth, David married a Finn and moved to Finland in 2005. He lives in Helsinki with his beautiful wife Niina and his globe-trotting dog Orion.