Award-winning and best-selling author Don Keith has published more than 35 books, fiction and non-fiction, including several bestsellers. While working as a broadcast journalist, he won awards from the Associated Press and United Press International for news writing and reporting. He was also the first winner of Troy University's Hector Award for innovation in broadcast journalism. As an on-the-air broadcaster, Don twice was named the Billboard Magazine "Radio Personality of the Year.” He was a broadcast personality for over twenty years in Birmingham and Nashville.
His first novel, THE FOREVER SEASON, was named Alabama Library Association's "Fiction of the Year" award winner in 1997. He has co-written a nationally-bestselling series of military thrillers with former nuclear submarine commander George Wallace. One of those books became the major motion picture HUNTER KILLER, starring Gerard Butler and Gary Oldman. The entire series is now titled THE HUNTER KILLER SERIES. See Don's web site www.donkeith.com for more info.
Don lives in Indian Springs Village, Alabama, with his wife, Charlene. He is also a sought-after public speaker, a member of the Alabama Writers' Forum, and actively supports local and statewide literacy and oral-history-collection efforts.