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300 Miles

Perilous Miles, Book 1
Narrated by: Lillie Ricciardi
Length: 2 hrs and 15 mins
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Publisher's Summary

A nuclear warhead detonated at 300 miles above the center of the United States would effectively take out the entire electrical grid and infrastructure of the 48 contiguous states. Most people don’t think this is a possibility. But what if it is? What if a country like North Korea actually has the capability to do this but has led us to believe they don’t? What if they had acquired stealth technology that would let them launch a missile that we didn’t know about until it was too late to stop it?

Carly Marshall is a 21st-century single mom. She works hard and lives modern. Take-out food, the latest technology, and all the modern conveniences of the time make up her life. She doesn’t have to worry about feeding her family. She doesn’t think twice about water coming out of the faucets. She’s on the path to advancement at her firm. Life can’t get much better. But what if it could get worse?

©2018 P.A. Glaspy (P)2018 P.A. Glaspy

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  • medlovebooks
  • 04-10-2018

300 Miles

This book is a great read. I hate getting to the end of get books and always on the look out for the next one.
Highly recommend and move on for book 2

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  • Siara G
  • 01-03-2019

very dull and predictable

it was like going to your grumpy granddad's house and him telling you about how prepared he is for the end of the world and you and everyone else is just dumb

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 01-02-2019

over too soon

loved the book and narration, it was over so soon! looking forward to three rest of the series

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  • Jimsr954
  • 23-10-2018

Another winner for P. A. Glaspy

So far, I've really enjoyed this series. The reader makes the book even better(not that it needed help).

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  • Michael
  • 21-10-2018

Scary, and all to probable

I got a copy of this book from P.A. Glaspy, and i gotta say i was presently surprised. This is a great emp survival story with out all the gun porn, and super amazing formal top secret government killers turned peppers.
Gonna use a credit to get book two.

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  • LostInWestTexas
  • 21-08-2018

A promising start

Seems like it’s going to be a good series. I enjoyed Book 1, and started book 2 after midnight. I’ve really enjoyed listening!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 17-08-2018

Scary

Wow! This is an on the edge of my seat series. It takes place in my hometown and surrounding areas! Heading to book 2! Very concerning but very realistic! Great job!

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  • Lobo11
  • 15-08-2018

I'm into it...

I like the set up for the story. Very into it and about to get the next book.

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  • Bries Custom Vinyl and Apparel
  • 12-07-2018

Great book.

The book was great. It keeps you wanting to read on to see what happens next. Starting book 2 now.

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  • D. Dial
  • 01-06-2018

Have you ever heard or Google? or any research

If you are going to use an existing world, of whatever period, you should be realistic. It would be better to say the lights went out and the protagonist has no idea why. a 2nd grader could figure out that N. Korea doesn't have enough ships to invade, that China would never let them destroy us because of our economic co-dependence, and a whole host of ideas/happenings that anyone who reads and watches the news would understand. Yes, its fiction but the author is starting right now and making it appear it is a current event or close to current. zero research.

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