An engrossing combination of mystery and International Intrigue that will surely surprise and excite readers to the very last page
Fairbanks, Alaska (PRWEB) October 20, 2014
How far would one go to save a loved one? In “Cold Water” (published by Xlibris) author Priscilla Delgado writes an immersive story that follows one man’s quest to save the woman he loves.
“Cold Water” follows Sundown Sanders whose close friend Rose Lynn is presumed dead after her car was thrown of the icy cold Alaskan highway. After weeks of searching the authorities are forced to call off the search for her body. Everyone, including her family and friends believe she is dead and move on with their lives. That is except for Sundown who still believes she is alive. This takes him on a dangerous fact finding mission that may not be completed in time to save Rose from death or worse.
By Priscilla Delgado
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 242 pages | ISBN 9781499033090
Softcover | 6x9 in | 242pages | ISBN 9781499033083
E-Book | 242 pages | ISBN 9781499033151
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About the Author
Priscilla Delgado was raised in the oilfields of South Texas. She attended The University of Texas and Texas A&I University where she received a Masters degree in Educational Supervision with a minor in English. Her long and varied teaching career included teaching as both principal and teacher (simultaneously) in Alaska bush schools. She taught Bilingual classes in Texas, Puerto Rico and California. As a commissioned officer she also taught administration in USAF Officer Candidates school, She has travelled in Mexico, Canada, China and Egypt and is now Alaskan by choice.
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