The Book of Wisdom or the Wisdom of Solomon has three primary sections covering what will happen. what is happenning, and what has happened between the devine and the human perspective of dichotomies: prudence, righteousness, courage, temperance, and thier opposites. (4-Maccabees 17-18)
Wisdom is that which cannot be learned, comes from outside of us, is informed by God, and is shared only with the righteous; that is, only those who suffer by righteousness can know the wisdom of God's purpose.
The author is unknown, though is was written in Greek in the increasingly Hellenistic Alexandria, Egypt in the 1st Century CE