About Robert W. McGee
Robert W. McGee is a best-selling author and political pundit who writes political fiction from an individualist perspective.
Before becoming a novelist, he was a professor, attorney, CPA and consultant. He also published 58 non-fiction books and lectured or worked in more than 30 countries. Former clients include United States Agency for International Development, World Bank, African Development Bank and the Central Intelligence Agency. He holds 13 earned doctorates from universities in the United States and four European countries.
He has won 27 gold medals in Taekwondo National Championship tournaments, 6 first place trophies in Karate National Championship tournaments, as well as 4 gold, 9 silver and 4 bronze medals in World Championships. He is world champion in Taekwondo, Kung-Fu and Karate and a silver medalist in Tai Chi, and has been inducted into the United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame.
His first novel Justifiable Homicide - A Political Thriller is a controversial political novel which discusses the killing of corrupt politicians.