Richard Osborn was born and raised in England, and educated at King's School, Canterbury. He is a veteran of the British Army Royal Artillery and served in Cyprus from 1956 to 1958. After leaving the British Army, he emigrated to the U.S. and served in the United States Air Force, where he was involved with the Bomarc missile. He is a graduate of California State University at Los Angeles and of the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. he worked at General Dynamics, Aeronutronic Ford, Hughes Aircraft and Tektronix. He is a licensed pilot and has conducted numerous seminars for Tektronix in the Far East and Europe. He is now writing fiction and non-fiction in Knoxville, Tennessee. Barbara Osborn was born and raised in Virginia. She attended art classes at the University of Georgia and studied art history, in addition to creative writing, at the University of Tennessee. She has traveled extensively in Europe and the Mediterranean area. After living in England for awhile, she returned to Knoxville, Tennessee, remarried and retired. Currently, she and her husband are co-writing novels. The Osborns wrote "The Red Moon Affair" a fictional novel about a U.S. President who wants to remain in office after his two terms are up. The President, Edward Tuckwell, figures out a way to create a state of emergency and cancel the next election, using a false flag operation.