John E. O'Neill is the author of #1 New York Times
bestseller Unfit for Command and (with Sarah C. Wynne) Amazon #3
bestseller The Fisherman's Tomb. He graduated from the United
States Naval Academy in 1967 and, after decorated service in
Vietnam, finished as the top graduate of The University of Texas
School of Law. Following a clerkship with Chief Justice William
Rehnquist at the United States Supreme Court, O'Neill successfully
tried several hundred cases and arbitrations, including
representation for the People's Republic of China in their first
U.S. litigation. He declined any further representation of the PRC
after the massacre at Tiananmen Square, where many innocent people
died or disappeared.
Sarah C. Wynne co-authored The Fisherman's Tomb, currently being made into a feature film, and River Royals: Master the Mississippi, winner of a Mom's Choice Award (R). She graduated from The University of Texas with both a law degree and undergraduate business degree with high honors. After practicing as a litigator with an international law firm, Wynne embarked on a second career as an artist in Houston, where she lives with her husband and two children.