A Road to Nowhere: A thriller short story

· Precipice Books
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About this ebook

"Where nowhere is the only place to escape"

An empty highway at midnight in Montana. A serial killer on the loose. An abandoned girl who desperately needs a ride. A man in a pickup truck offering to help. The surprising consequences of her getting inside.

Do you like quick reads?

Do you like hold-your-breath suspense?

Do you like shocking endings?

Then you'll love A Road to Nowhere, the first short story by Ted Galdi, an Amazon #1 bestselling author who's won Reader Views and Readers' Favorite awards, and been featured by FOX, ABC, and iHeartRadio.

Get your copy of this hit short story today and take a ride in a pickup truck so surprising you'll be thinking about it for days. 

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1 review
A Google user
April 18, 2019
I never dreamed when I opened A Road To No Where by Ted Galdi, what to expect, and let me assure YOU dear readers, what you CAN expect with this book is EXCELLENCES and SKILLFUL writing to be able to deliver such a smooth reading, suspenseful story within such few pages. Ted Galdi, with his mastery over words does NOT fail to deliver a suspenseful story and NO spoilers but a little but BIG twist brings home the message. I can’t say enough good things about this read. HIGHLY recommend this one folks. ENJOY!!
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About the author

Ted Galdi, an Amazon #1 bestselling author, has been featured by Kirkus magazine, ABC, FOX, iHeartRadio, and many other media outlets. He’s a winner of a Reader Views Reviewers Choice Award and a Silver Medal in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards. Ted is a graduate of Duke University.

To learn more about him and take advantage of his free offers, visit his website at tedgaldi.com. 

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