Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) March 22, 2010 -–
Retired Warrant Officer and former Army CID Special Agent Jon Renaud, of Colorado Springs, pledged to donate the proceeds from his new novel to the Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project will receive royalty payments on the sale of every book and continue to receive the royalties until the book goes out of print.
After 20 years of military service, Jon, who retired from the Army in 2008, began writing about his experiences as a Special Agent with the Army Criminal Investigation Division during his two tours in Iraq. Soon, a series of stories came together to create the exciting and suspense filled fiction novel, Dereliction of Duty, which is scheduled for release in June 2010.
Dereliction of Duty is available now for purchase at http://www.jonrenaud.com, all advance purchases receive a copy signed by the author (orders will be shipped in June 2010) or you can order it from Amozon.com and other online booksellers for the nationwide release in July 2010. For every copy sold through JonRenaud.Com, a copy will be donated to the men and women recovering at Walter Reed Medical Army Medical Center in Washington D.C.
The Wounded Warrior Project is a non-profit charitable organization formed with the mission to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of severely injured service men and woman. They help severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and provide unique programs and services to meet the needs of these injured service members. To learn more or see how you can help, go to http://www.woundedwarriorproject.com.
From the author: “I want to personally thank everyone who purchases a copy of this book. This is the culmination of 20 years of tough military service and three years of even tougher writing. I believe I have brought you a thrilling and exciting story. I know you are going to enjoy reading the action and suspense filled mission that Agent Fox embarks on through the streets of Baghdad as well as the suspense of the challenges he faces when he comes home and finds himself in the middle of a government cover-up. I have done my part. Now it is up to you to help me make this book a best seller so we can ensure the Wounded Warrior Project receives years of financial support. Help me spread the word to veterans and suspense fans everywhere. (Jon Renaud)”