Jay Greenwood has served as Chief Consultant in the California State Legislature for many years. His professional career has been devoted to writing about complex political issues, including extensive studies of the role of money in election campaigns as well as analyses of legislation dealing with wide ranging subjects. His work has produced numerous publications by the State of California. Jay is a veteran of the Vietnam War and, among other awards, he received the Vietnamese Medal of Honor. He has an undergraduate degree in English and a graduate degree in Political Science.
Jay’s novel, Race to Marathon, will be published in May, 2018. The story is set during the world’s first clash of civilizations long ago. The vast Persian Empire already dominates nearly half of the earth’s entire population, but Persia’s Great King now has his sights on Greece. Will love, valor, and cunning be enough to save the West? Race to Marathon vividly imagines a key moment in history—the Battle of Marathon. The action unfolds through the eyes and voices of its participants—valiant women, fearsome warriors, and shrewd leaders—woven into a fabric of intrigue and passion.
And the goddesses are watching.