Roger Fleming was born and raised in Florida. He served as Legislative Director to a U.S. Congressman, as Majority and Minority Counsel on the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, and as a political appointee in the Administration of President George H.W. Bush.  Roger is a graduate of Emory University, and lives in Alexandria, Virginia.   

 

About the Author

From the Emory University Alumi Magazine:

Insider trading: In Majority Rules, an eager young man working for a member of Congress falls wildly in love with a staffer from the opposing party and discovers an illegal human smuggling cartel along the Mexican border that is under the protection of major players on Capitol Hill. Set in 1985, the new novel by Roger Fleming 78C is a fictional storyline that a review in the Washington Times says is “tethered to reality by dozens of endnotes” from an insider author who is an attorney and a former counsel on the congressional judiciary committee who was an appointee in the George H. W. Bush administration. In private practice since 1997 representing primarily communications and technology companies to Congress and to the Federal Communications Commission, Fleming weaves fiction with actual legislation considered by Congress, including the pivotal issue of immigration, creating a compelling and timely narrative that has captured national media attention and garnered a five-star rating from reader reviews on Amazon.com.