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About the Authors

Don Prichard is a Viet Nam veteran who served in the Marine Corps Reserves for thirty-two years before retiring as a colonel. He is also a career architect, whose specialty in government work includes the design of prisons, courthouses, and military facilities.

Stephanie is an army brat who enjoyed living in many countries before settling down with Don to raise their family … and, eventually, to co-author the first of what they hope will be many books.

The joy of our lives: Gail, Andy, Sarah

The joy of our lives: Gail, Andy, Sarah

  1. Robert Resendez says:

    very nice. i hope many more books come out too. take care.

  2. Thanks, Robert! Look to 2016 for the sequel to Stranded. 🙂

  3. Cynthia says:

    Oh my! A page turner if ever there was! I had to stop reading at times, a great author, to me is one that can take the story off the pages and make it a vision I can see! I take reading serious, this was well written. There were some words or phases I didn’t get, but I didn’t mind a bit! Waiting for the next chapter! And will read your other books

  4. Shirley Tinsley says:

    Kept me really on my toes…enjoyed. What is the sequel to Stranded? Would like to read to see how rest of story turns out.

    • Hi, Shirley! Happy to hear you enjoyed Stranded! The title to the sequel hasn’t been revealed yet, but we’re hoping the book will be published sometime between end of summer and Christmas. If you sign up for our newsletter, you’ll get updates on the progress.

  5. Brenda Yeand says:

    LOVED, LOVED, LOVED this book….Best book I’ve read in forever!! I don’t recommend books very often, but I found myself telling everybody “You’ve got to read this book!” I was holding my breath at times, and couldn’t wait to see what happened next…. so many UNEXPECTED twists and turns….truly amazing writing…. Keep them coming!!

  6. Janice E. says:

    Both stranded and forgotten are very good book. I really enjoyed them. Adventure, suspense, romance and God! Excellent combo. I can’t wait to read the next book. Keep writing and thank you.

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