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  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Own Voices
  • Language:English
  • Pages:331
  • eBook ISBN:9781735698809

Leslie's Voice

by Susan Hanafee

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Overview
Public relations expert Leslie Elliott is trying to adapt to her new CEO, Brad Stewart, when he tells her of his plans to take over the neighboring electric utility and make himself the state's energy kingpin. When she agrees to join the battle, Leslie finds herself dealing with the twists and turns of corporate intrigue while struggling to handle the men in her life, including an unfaithful husband and a boss whose sexual aggression matches his business ambition. Colorful characters, breezy dialogue and a plot that keeps the reader guessing are the perfect background for the introduction of the savvy and independent Leslie. A fast-paced, intense depiction of corporate America and the perennial struggle of women seeking equal treatment in the boardroom.
Description
Public relations expert Leslie Elliott is trying to adapt to her new CEO, Brad Stewart, when he tells her of his plans to take over the neighboring electric utility and make himself the state's energy kingpin. When she agrees to join the battle, Leslie finds herself dealing with the twists and turns of corporate intrigue while struggling to handle the men in her life, including an unfaithful husband and a boss whose sexual aggression matches his business ambition. Colorful characters, breezy dialogue and a plot that keeps the reader guessing are the perfect background for the introduction of the savvy and independent Leslie. A fast-paced, intense depiction of corporate America and the perennial struggle of women seeking equal treatment in the boardroom.
About the author
Susan Hanafee is an award-winning former journalist whose career as a reporter for The Indianapolis Star spanned three decades. She formerly headed corporate communications for IPALCO Enterprises and Cummins Inc. She resides in Sarasota, Florida. Hanafee's blogs can be found on www.susanhanafee.com. Her previously published books include Red, Black and Global: The Transformation of Cummins (a corporate history); Rachael's Island Adventures (a collection of children's stories); Never Name an Iguana and Rutabagas for Ten, essays and observations on life. Follow the Leslie Elliott mystery series in Scavenger Tides, The End of His Journey, Deadly Winds and Under the Sand, available on Amazon.com