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Leo Valiquette

Proud Canadian. Knight (KStG). Newspaper editor turned marketing communications consultant. Chronicler of  haunted skulls and sentient swords. I live with my wife, son and three rabbits under the apple trees by a lazy old river.
Leo is the author of
The Son of the Deceiver can be heard. The Sword craves a hand to wield it. Ghosts of the Four threaten to swallow the world in madness. A soldier turned outlaw and an outcast called witch hold the keys to salvation … if love doesn’t damn them first.
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Books Leo Recommends
An evocative and engaging start that quickly drew me into this time and place -- and I really want to know what is in GrandMama's letter!
A captive child bride joins the enslaved champions of freedom on an antebellum Southern plantation—first confronting her own hypocrisy, then challenging the Master.
Crisp, tight writing pulled me in and intriguing twists kept me reading. Interested to see where this goes.
A hacker fresh from the Academy is sent to track down a magical secret weapon belonging to a rogue prince.
Awesome voice, strong writing, and great detail of time and place that quickly drew me into the story. If you enjoy historical fiction, this looks like a winner.
Surviving Hannibal tells the story of the forgotten war between Rome and Carthage which gave Rome mastery of the Mediterranean—deciding the future of Europe for centuries to come.
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