We are proud to announce that In the Shadow of a Badge: A Memoir about Flight 93, a Field of Angels, and My Spiritual Homecoming has just been re-released by Hay House Publishing! Order the book now — and share in Lillie’s journey — at HayHouse.com, Amazon.com, BN.com, BooksAMillion.com, and IndieBound.org.
The possibilities of a universe connected.
Each of us singular in design.
Yet, each of us is connected as one.
We are all one in the same.
Dare to believe…
Dare to explore…
Dare to endeavor…
Dare to witness and share the story…
Lillie Leonardi served for over 25 years as a law enforcement professional. During her tenure she was employed as a municipal police officer, a chief of police, and a member of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Pittsburgh Division.
Post retirement, Lillie endeavors to pursue her lifelong passion of writing. In doing so, she is developing her many life stories into the chapters of her books.
In her first book, In the Shadow of a Badge: A Memoir about Flight 93, a Field of Angels, and My Spiritual Homecoming, Lillie shares the story of what she witnessed at the Flight 93 crash site on 9/11. The pages penned provide a personal account of her 13 days at Shanksville – including the tale of angelic visitations before, during, and after 9/11 – revealed through her subsequent treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
This first-hand account describes the spiritual experience Lillie encountered while serving in her professional capacity as the Community Outreach Specialist with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Pittsburgh Division. Her observations are a personal interpretation of the events preceding and following 9/11 and, in particular, the Flight 93 crash. The book also details her on-going journey of personal healing and recovery from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) following her experiences that day.
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(The Flight 93 National Memorial is a project of the National Park Foundation. The Foundation is the non-profit charitable partner of America’s national parks.)
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