THIRTEEN HOURS, FOUR STRANGERS, ONE MISSING CHILD.
A KIDNAPPED LITTLE GIRL LOCKED IN A STRANGER’S VAN. NO HELP FOR MILES. WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
In Taylor Adams new novel, NO EXIT (WilliamMorrow), Darby Thorne is a Colorado college student stranded in a blizzard, also known as Snowmageddon at a highway rest stop, in the middle of nowhere. She doesn’t have snow tires, her windshield wiper has snapped off and she left her phone charger back at the dorm. She’s on the way home to Provo, Utah to see her mother, who is dying of pancreatic cancer. Four strangers are already hunkered down inside the facility. Wandering around in the snowy parking lot she stumbles across a little girl locked inside one of their parked cars.
There is no cell phone reception, no telephone, no way out because of the snow, and she doesn’t know which one of the other travelers is the kidnapper. Who is the little girl? Why has she been taken? And how can Darby save her and live?
Fast-paced and full of shocking twists and turns, NO EXIT will have you flipping pages racing to get to the end. You’ll find yourself rooting for strong female protagonist, Darby. She’s one tough chick and one unlikely heroine. I read it in one sitting and felt the chill of the blizzard even though I live in Miami.
Taylor Adams directed the acclaimed short film And I Feel Fine in 2008 and graduated from Eastern Washington University with the Excellence in Screenwriting Award and the prestigious Edmund G. Yarwood Award. His directorial work has screened at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and his writing has been featured on KAYU-TV’s Fox Life blog. He has worked in the film/television industry for several years and lives in Washington state.
We have one copy of NO EXIT to giveaway. Just tell us your worst winter story. We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.
GIVEAWAY: USA only please.