Leonard

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 31, 2012 - Fiction - 186 pages
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Rose Lynn Kelly, young widow of Stryker Brigade Sergeant Bill Kelly, also has 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.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
7
CHAPTER TWO
16
CHAPTER THREE
21
CHAPTER FOUR
29
CHAPTER FIVE
33
CHAPTER SIX
44
CHAPTER SEVEN
50
CHAPTER EIGHT
55
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
A-120
CHAPTER NINETEEN
A-130
CHAPTER TWENTY
A-133
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
A-141
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
A-152
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
A-154
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
A-155
CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
A-157

CHAPTER NINE
57
CHAPTER TEN
63
CHAPTER ELEVEN
A-67
CHAPTER TWELVE
A-74
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
A-81
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
A-83
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
A-92
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
A-99
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
A-108
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
A-160
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
A-161
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
A-167
CHAPTER TWENTYNINE
A-169
CHAPTER THIRTY
A-172
CHAPTER THIRTYONE
A-174
CHAPTER THIRTYTWO
A-183
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The authentic Alaskan setting of Leonard reflects my thirty years as an Alaskan, where four generations of my family alternately enjoy and complain about the weather and one another. I am an Air Force veteran, a retired bush teacher, and a great-grandmother. After retiring three or four times, I'm settling down to spend my time writing the kind of books I love to read-suspense novels. Priscilla Delgado

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