Wolf Wootan, an Air Force all-weather fighter pilot (test pilot, instructor pilot, Flight Commander) during the Korean War, has over forty years experience in the computer industry, always at the leading edge of technology. He contributed in all areas including programming, design, documentation, management, marketing, financing, and corporate planning. He has extensive experience in dealing with the highest levels of the military, including the Secretary of the Air Force, Army Vice Chief of Staff, and the Chief of Naval Operations (and intelligence organizations such as the DIA and CIA). Always in a top management position, he acted as Editor-in-Chief and lead writer for all documents leaving the company. He has written and edited hundreds of documents and books (many of them highly classified) for clients in high-level government positions and many commercial companies. Prior to entering the Air Force, he attended the University of California at Berkeley (Mathematics, Astrophysics) from 1947 to 1952 and, after the Air Force, did graduate work at San Jose State.
He began writing novels in 2000. He has published two novels: Edge of Tomorrow, a techno-thriller, and Crown’s Law, a private eye mystery/thriller set in Orange County, California where he lived for 38 years. He has just finished the sequel to Edge of Tomorrow, called Return of the Assassin, and is working on the next Sam Crown mystery, Crown’s Justice. He is a member of Private Eye Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
He lives with his wife in Oceanside, California.