Jack Eadon began by writing a book in grade school, then a short story. In high school he began a decade in rock music with the band Khazad Doom, writing many of the songs with a moralistic drama theme, something he continues to put into his writing today. He entered the corporate world with his MBA in 1974, which took him to 1983, when he opened a business in southern California.
Now, after having lived in Illinois, Texas, California, Kansas, and Illinois, Jack resides back in southern California with his executive wife and Caspurr the Cat, and writes full-time. He relies on a few close friends and a network of e-mail buddies to provide him a support system. He travels occasionally, doing book talks in the many places he's lived.
The Armstrong Solution
Synopsis: With very public corporate fiascos such as the Enron scandal dominating news headlines in today’s world, corporate corruption has not only become a hot topic, but an everyday reality. In fact, the plot of Jack Eadon’s novel, “The Armstrong Solution” may even sound plausible to many readers, which makes for an all the more exciting read.
“The Armstrong Solution” paints a vivid and realistic picture of corporate corruption, strengthened by Eadon and his wife’s own experiences within the corporate world, where competition and a desire to get ahead are prevalent. KathyArmstrong, the main character, is no exception, as she struggles to rise above the arrogant, male-dominated corporation. Her attempts to break through this deceitful glass ceiling in Eadon’s cinematic story will hold readers captivated in suspense all the way to the surprising and unpredictable grand finale.