Lieutenant Jack Walker and marine Jeff Dunlay never met on American soil, even though they were both young military men in 1967. Instead, they met in Viet Nam. They didn't have much in common; military service was their strongest link. Even so, through time spent as prisoners of war, the two men became less separate, more whole.
Friendships blossom under strange conditions. For Jack's wife, Sally, and Jeff's sister, Susie, the most important men in their lives left them to fight a battle on the other side of the world. In their distress, the two women also formed a bond. When each missed her loved one, they comforted each other. They had little in common beyond the fear of loss, but it didn't matter.
One More Sunrise is a story of war, but it is also a story of friendships built through unlikely situations-friendships with the power to last a lifetime. Surrounded by the violence of Viet Nam, it would be easy to lose hope, but hope was all they had. Sally and Susie must await the return of their brave men; Jack and Jeff must pray for One More Sunrise.