L. E. INDIANER: Author of the successful novel "A BRIDGE TO ELNE: Novel of a French Family's Struggle against the Nazi Occupation," Indianer grew up in Miami Beach, Florida. He attended the University of Alabama and Southern College of Optometry. Before opening his practice in Daytona Beach, Florida, he served as a U. S. Air Force Bio-Medical Services Officer for three years. A long time lecturer on eye-related subjects, he has also lectured on the Soviet Union and International Terrorism. As an avid golfer, skier and tennis player for many years, he has traveled world-wide with his family and friends enjoying his other hobby, photography. He has written two plays, ƩAMMY and A BRIDGE TO ELNE, on which his first novel is based. He and his wife, Helaine, have two daughters and seven grandchildren.