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About the Author

Bryant Wieneke has written an eclectic set of books, from the uplifting tale of his life-and-death battle with Stage 4 cancer (Melanoma without a Cause) to the lighthearted account of his Peace Corps adventures in West Africa (A Dry and Thirsty Land).

Wieneke has produced nine politically thrilling novels in the Priority Series, which imagines an American foreign policy that promotes the building of a more peaceful world through a combination of economic justice and humanitarianism. It really is possible. 


His creative biographies imagine the day when ground-breaking scientists made their most important discovery. In 1905 Albert Einstein realizes that the world doesn't really work the way everyone thinks, and he begins a remarkable journey to figure out why. The Day Albert Einstein Discovered Relativity is a very readable and enjoyable book, with personal insights captured by no other biography.

The second and third books in the series - The Day Charles Darwin Discovered Natural Selection and The Day Rachel Carson Discovered Environmentalism - also challenge one's understanding of the process by which remarkable and unexpected acts of genius are accomplished.

Too Much with Us, Late and Soon, a dramatic retelling of world events and the ninth novel in Bryant Wieneke's Priority  Series, is now available!

In Too Much with Us, Late and Soon, American politics take a surprisingly positive turn. This is a story of challenges being met with courage and conviction, where people of different beliefs recognize that the welfare of the nation is far more important than anyone's personal agenda. In Africa, the Great Green Wall, designed to prevent further expansion of the Sahara Desert, is working, but the effects of climate change are difficult to fight. Meanwhile, Kendall Smith is in D.C., and the diagnosis is not good.

AHA! Moments Series

The Day Rachel Carson Invented Environmentalism

Rachel Carson was an eminent scientist and the foremost nature writer in the United States when she stumbled - or rather crashed - into the realization of what the indiscriminate use of insecticides and pesticides was doing to water systems, plants and animals, and ultimately the health of the American people. A soft-spoken and introverted person, Carson sacrificed a successful career to campaign against this short-sighted contamination of the earth, while she herself was dying of breast cancer. This book is a very personal look at the writer of Silent Spring - and an American heroine.



         Bryant Wieneke has written a political suspense book like a modern day Robert Ludlum for lovers of suspenseful political thrillers. He spins an elaborate espionage tale that forces the reader to turn pages. 

Lawrence and Ezequiel Lihosit in Peace Corps Writing about The Mission Priority



Priority Series Novels

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