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WINNER OF THE 2011 FORWARD NATIONAL LITERATURE AWARD in the category of Drama #1 Amazon bestselling author, SUSAN WINGATE, is co-host of the very popular talk radio show, DIALOGUE: BETWEEN THE LINES. Susan has written several plays, one screenplay, two short story collections and nine novels, four of which have been published and another three slated for publication in 2011 and 2012. Her amateur sleuth series entitled The Bobby’s Diner Series has received acclaim from reviewers and in book competitions. Her gritty novel, A FALLING OF LAW by JJ Adams is often described as Chandleresque in style. International bestselling author, Michael Collins, has this to say about A FALLING OF LAW, “So edgy and straightforward talking. [Harvey Fleming] is a rare breed and he’s doing exactly what he should be doing.” A lover of the education and the arts, Susan Wingate teaches writing, she draws and paints abstracts using oil as her favored medium. Susan Wingate lives in Washington State with her husband and with a bunch of animals.
The basic premise of the story is age old .....our perception of our childhood and how we carry that baggage with us......the relationships between mothers and daughters..... Read morePublished 10 months ago by christopherpines
Good read with a few unpredicted twists..insight to the apparent thoughts of drowning were surreal - hope to read againPublished 22 months ago by tatsue
This is a story about family confusion. Nothing seems to make sense about the relationships in he family until a secret is revealed after the death of one.Published 22 months ago by J. McDaniel
I almost quit reading after the prologue. It seemed to me that the author wasn't sure what she really wanted to say. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Katha Frances Walter
I think I liked this book. I say that because there were so many punctuation errors and missing words I had a very hard time reading it. I did enjoy the story, though. Read morePublished 23 months ago by chenie
The spelling and grammar in this book were so horrible that I spent a lot of time reading sentences over and over trying to figure out what the author was saying. Read morePublished on September 22, 2013 by Kristin
I enjoyed the book, Drowning, but I was distracted by the multiple misspellings and typos. I read the Kindle edition and maybe the print edition has been corrected. Read morePublished on September 1, 2013 by JustBarb