Bob Summer, ebooks, Psychological Suspense

One is delusional, the other is trembling on the edge

Bob Summer’s new book, The Edge, is a psychological suspense novel that will keep you reading, and it’s currently 99 cents for Kindle.TheEdge

The Edge is a sequel to Alone But Not Lost, which features a young woman struggling for sanity. This woman appears again in The Edge, sought by a policewoman with problems of her own.Alone

For the next five days, Alone But Not Lost is also 99 cents. These books are well worth the money–grab your copies now before the price goes up.

Alone But Not Lost (Amazon US)

Alone But Not Lost (Amazon UK)

The Edge  (Amazon US)

The Edge (Amazon UK)

Bob Summer, Lost but not Alone, Thriller

A Girl Named Sin

She has a bad name—Sin. She has an anonymous Internet flirtation, a handsome groundskeeper and handyman, and an expensive security system complete with cameras, monitors, and a wall around her estate.alone

Bob Summer’s new book, Alone but not Lost, shifts masterfully back and forth from the adult voice of a woman in a self-made prison to experiences of young Sin as she tries to make sense of her disturbing world. Both the child and the adult are strong, memorable characters, different from each other, yet it’s clear how the child became the woman.

The adult Sin never leaves the grounds of her house, a huge place inherited from a famous mother who tried to keep her hidden as a child. On a mutual-help Internet forum she goes by the name of Judy, and is so snarky that she’s ejected. Now her stepfather has been released from prison, and until the end, we’re kept guessing why she’s terrified.

The story is strong and dark, a psychological thriller. I recommend it to all who like a book that makes them think, and also to aspiring authors for its smooth transitions, how the author matures the child’s perceptions, and so much more.

Available for Kindle in the US and UK.