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Storm Prince
July 1, 1997
Available: July 1, 1997
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Terri Lynn Wilhelm


I'm a Marine Corps brat who went to three different elementPhoto II of Terri Lynn Wilhelmary schools, four separate highs schools and graduated with a degree in sociology from only one university.

With a degree in sociology, what profession would one naturally choose? Right. Registered Representative. Stock broker. What else? And if ever there was an opportunity to observe men and women from various walks of life at their best and at their worst, that was it. Impressed upon me forever, now, is the knowledge that persons are not always as they appear. This fact was a great source of delight for me. Envision, if you will: A sweet, angel-faced grandmother coming in to check with me about a stock tip she'd heard at her hot poker game. Or a fierce-looking biker, attired in worn leather, chains, and tattoos, stalking through the firm's quietly plush lobby, back to my office, where we would sip espresso and review his extensive portfolio. (Harley Davidson, by the way, was an especially great value then.)

What I really wanted to do, though, was write. Oh, I've been writing since I was in elementary school, but I wanted to write full time. My beloved husband (my college sweetheart) encouraged me. Finally, I tendered my resignation at the brokerage firm, and I've never looked back.

The rest, as they say, is history. Okay, so it's all history. Anyway, since then my books have been published in Europe, Asia, Australia, South America, and, of course, North America. My mother and sister think it's really cool when I receive copies of the foreign editions. I do, too.

I've discovered the joys of knitting, lately. It's completely portable and there are so many different kinds of yarn from which to choose. Knitting allows you to be creative, and when the project is completed---voila!---you have an attractive, useful garment. Usually.

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