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Bernard Lee DeLeo
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  • Writing: Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Supernatural Suspense, Action & Adventure, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult
  • Country: USA
  • Books: 53
  • Profession: Writer
  • Born: 30 April 1950
  • Member Since: Aug 2017
  • Profile Views: 9,452
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BIOGRAPHY

Born and raised in Warren, Ohio, I write adventure fiction in many genres. I have fifty-two of my novels offered for Amazon Kindle in the Unlimited Program. I have four continuing series offerings - Hard Case 1-11, Cold Blooded 1-10, Rick Cantelli, P.I. 1-9, and the New Adult paranormal series Demon 1-8, all with RJ Parker Publishing Inc. Recent releases are Hard Case 11: Killing Field, the paranormal novel Blood Lust, Cold Blooded X: Hell's Half Acre, Hard Case X: No Mercy, and Rick Cantelli, P.I. VIII: Red Ruin. I served aboard the USS Ranger (CVA61) from 1969 until November of 1972. I earned an AA degree in Auto Technology from Chabot College in Hayward, CA, and a BA degree in English from Cal State Hayward. My hobbies are basketball, backpacking, and scuba diving. My favorite dive spot is Point Lobos near Pacific Grove, CA.

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Hard Case 11: Killing Field (John Harding)

Publish Date: Aug 08, 2018

Genre: Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Suspense, Action & Adventure

avg rating 4.963 reviews on Amazon

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  • On 20, 03 2018

    Bernard Lee DeLeo interview

    Author Bernard Lee DeLeo grew up in Warren, Ohio, the second of six children. He became an avid reader at a very young age and developed a passion for storytelling during college after a four-year stint in the Navy. He still works a day job at his auto repair shop in East Oakland, but writing now fills his days, reducing his auto tech time. His advice to writers... read full interview