Losing Summer: A Novel

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iUniverse, Dec 1, 2003 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Daniel Keating's taste for cheap thrills and a life of frivolity suddenly take a turn when he awakens one morning to find himself lying next to the corpse of his would-be girlfriend and daughter of a prominent attorney, the vivacious and beautiful Summer Drake. Unable to recall the drunken details of the night before and now threatened with the possibility of being implicated in her death, Daniel makes a decision that will forever alter his life. While immersed in the details of shielding himself from investigators, he discovers a revealing volume of Summer's poetry that offers clues to why a beautiful girl would follow a path toward self-destruction. As he slowly pieces together the mysteries of a woman he only thought he knew, he discovers a dark secret in her past that, once revealed, brings to light an unimaginable truth.

Written in a fierce and innovative style, "Losing Summer" tells the provocative story of a man's descent into mystery and self-discovery that will both pull him, and the reader, into a deep web of intrigue.

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