Intriguing Novel Warns About Danger of Greed, Evil

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Priscilla Delgado launches new marketing campaign for gripping story of ‘Leonard.’

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What started out as a dream eventually developed into a finely woven web of secrets and intrigue, a plot that propels author Priscilla Delgado’s debut novel, “Leonard” (published by Xlibris). The author launches a new marketing campaign for this gripping novel first published in 2012.

Rose Lynn Kelly, young widow of Stryker Brigade Sergeant Bill Kelly, owns a priceless heirloom violin the unscrupulous Leonard is determined to have. With action from her home in Fairbanks to a remote cabin near the Arctic Circle, he becomes increasingly desperate, as well as ruthless, as time after time his plans are thwarted. Until by the time Rose fully realizes that her nagging mistrust of Leonard is valid, she has a knife at her throat.

Smoothly combining interesting places with richly-drawn characters, the story of “Leonard” excites with a well-developed plot packed with a good dose of suspense. The dangers brought about by greed and evil heavily evident all throughout the story reflects the same elements present in society — the very attitude the author wanted to warn readers about. With themes of individuality and that of a military family, this story will grab interest of military and suspense fiction lovers.

“Leonard”
By Priscilla Delgado
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 186 pages | ISBN 9781479731084
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 186 pages | ISBN 9781479731077
E-Book | 186 pages | ISBN 9781479731091
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Raised in the oilfields of South Texas, Priscilla Delgado attended the University of Texas and Texas A&I University where she received a Master’s degree in Educational Supervision with a minor in English. Her long and varied teaching career included teaching bilingual classes in Texas, California and Puerto Rico, teaching administration as a commissioned officer at USAF Officer Candidate School, and as both principal and teacher (simultaneously) for the last 10 years of public school teaching in Alaska bush schools. More recently, she spent eight years preparing troops on Fort Wainwright, Alaska for military tests they were to take. She has traveled in Mexico, Canada, China and Egypt, and now Alaskan by choice, residing in Fairbanks, Alaska. She has always enjoyed writing, and retired that she is now, she decided to pursue her lifelong dream of writing suspense novels, the genre she prefers for leisure reading.

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