Bobby's Diner

Bobby's Diner

by Susan Wingate


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For fans who enjoy books similar to Agatha Christie, Janet Evanovich and James Patterson.

Women's Fiction/Suspense

A chef, a diner and a voracious land developer--Bobby's Diner, a riveting tale of suspense and redemption.

A story about a woman trying to find herself in a town where nobody wants her. Georgette Carlisle snags her husband, Bobby, away from another woman, Vanessa Carlisle. After he dies - fifteen years later - he leaves his restaurant called Bobby's Diner to both women. But, that's not the only problem. Bobby's Diner, sits smack in way of Zach Pinzer's dreams and future with Chariot International Incorporated, a large land developer. And, when Pinzer resolves to destroy everything they have, Georgette and Vanessa's already bitter relationship is pushed to the breaking point.

Wingate's BOBBY'S DINER tells a tale of life, love, death, grief, pain, loneliness, and redemption.

"Bobby's Diner is one of those rare books you won't want to put down. I look forward to reading more of Ms. Wingate's work." -- Joyce Anthony

"A breathtaking story that will fill you with joy and laughter, Bobby's Diner is a great read for any book lover." -- Coffee Times Romance gives "Bobby's Diner" a 4-cup review - An Outstanding Great Read!

"...written in a masterful fashion." - Simon Barrett

"I kept picturing [Bobby's Diner]as a film while I read it. Very scenic imagery and situations." - Anthony Flacco

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781509235155
Publisher: Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 03/31/2021
Series: Bobby's Diner Series
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Award-winning author, Susan Wingate, posts a monthly column about writing and the publishing industry in her local newspaper, The Journal of the San Juan Islands. She also posts weekly discussions about the writing industry for the regional online newspaper, the site. You can view Wingate's discussions by clicking on the "Entertainment" tab and then finding Wingate's discussions under the "Blogs" section of the Entertainment Page.
Born in Phoenix, Arizona to James & Amie Ajamie (a writer and an artist, respectively), Susan Wingate tried to fly at age five off the roof of their family house using only newspaper, wire hangers and scotch tape. She's been dreaming of flying ever since. Oh, by the way, she never jumped. Her mother ran out in the nick of time to stop her from take-off. She stuck to dance lessons with solid ground beneath her feet. In high school, Wingate became involved in acting when she joined the drama club and at seventeen, saying she was eighteen, Wingate went on a 2-month acting tour with a fly-by-night troupe called The Robinhood Players. At nineteen, Wingate taught aerobics, waitressed and bartended. She graduated from AZ State University in 1994 with an undergraduate degree in accounting. After three years, she moved from Phoenix to an island in Washington State where she began to write. To support herself, she ran a bed & breakfast for three years, closing the doors soon after September 11, 2001.
After the writing "bug" bit her she quit her accounting position to write full-time. Since then, Susan has written several plays, one screenplay, two short story collections and seven novels, four of which have been published with another two slated for publication in 2011 and 2012.
Her amateur sleuth series entitled The Bobby's Diner Series-BOBBY'S DINER (book #1) and EASY AS PIE AT BOBBY'S DINER (book #2)-has received acclaim through literary criticism and in book competitions.
Wingate's pseudonyms include, Myah Lin (literary fiction) and JJ Adams (noir mystery).
Her gritty novel, A FALLING OF LAW by JJ Adams is often described as Chandleresque in style.
Written as Myah Lin, her novella, CAMOUFLAGE was a Finalist and received an Editor's Choice Award in the 2009 Textnovel Writing Contest. CAMOUFLAGE is represented in a foreign market.
A lover of the arts, Susan Wingate draws and paints abstracts using oil as her favored medium. She lives in Washington State with her husband.

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