About At Rope’s End by June Summers:
Sonny Dankovic loves his job as a superintendent of an apartment building. He likes the tenants, and they trust him to be there for them—no matter what. Then why does he want to commit suicide? Sonny has this secret which leads him to believe he’d be better off dead. So he makes detailed plans on how to accomplish his objective. But just as soon as he starts his latest attempt, one of the tenants has an emergency, and Sonny comes to their rescue. In the nick of time, the trigger isn’t pulled; his wrists aren’t slashed; or he doesn’t drown himself. He is at his rope’s end. What is keeping him alive? Divine intervention? Fate? Karma? Or something else?
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Besides At Rope’s End, June is the author of five other published novels: Let Freedom Ring, Before We Fade Away (nominated for the Paranormal Romance Reviewer’s Choice Award in 2018), A Conflict of Time, Whatever It Takes, and There Was an Old Woman. She grew up in Ohio, graduating summa cum laude from Youngstown State University. She taught art before becoming a staff accountant for a CPA firm in Florida. In her younger years, she and her older daughter ran a forever home for neglected and abused animals. Now, an eighty-two-year-old woman, she spends her retirement writing and hanging out with what family she has left.