Overview

John James and Delores have just moved to Chicago; a terrible storm has hit the city and they run out of food. John decides to walk to the grocery store and encounters the unexpected. He has to make a decision which could result in future problems. What is the decision he must make; how does he manage to do such a deed. You must read, On a Cold Chicago Night, this suspenseful story to find out, but don't forget to ask yourself, what would you do?
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On a Cold Chicago Night

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Overview

John James and Delores have just moved to Chicago; a terrible storm has hit the city and they run out of food. John decides to walk to the grocery store and encounters the unexpected. He has to make a decision which could result in future problems. What is the decision he must make; how does he manage to do such a deed. You must read, On a Cold Chicago Night, this suspenseful story to find out, but don't forget to ask yourself, what would you do?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148556763
  • Publisher: Richard Milleville
  • Publication date: 8/10/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 91 KB

Meet the Author

Richard Milleville is an Army Veteran who served at Sandia Base in (DASA) Defense Atomic Support Agency, Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was raised in rural Wisconsin and has had a career in accounting, taxes and real estate.

This short story, On a Cold Chicago Night, is about a couple, John and Delores, in Chicago who run out of food during a terrible blizzard; their car is stuck in the snow and auto travel is impossible. John decides to walk many blocks to the grocery store; his walk was much longer than anticipated. You need to read On a Cold Chicago Night to find out why. Then you must ask yourself, what would you do?

The first short story by Mr. Milleville brought such a positive response from readers that he has continued to write about subjects that reflect his knowledge, experience and education. He has written numerous short stories which you will have the opportunity to view as eBooks on Nook which include; Shock Wave, Detour to Kingman, A Ghost for Dee Dee on Route 66, Cover by Rank, The Day of the Vultures, Scary Bachelor Farmer and Having Control. More stories are forthcoming that will stretch your awareness of your surroundings and your comfort with yourself.

Each story is a thriller with a twist that does not forget to show humor; a laugh makes it easier to get through a serious story, and life. He has also written for magazines and the Examiner.

Richard is now retired with his wife Denise. Each day is a wonderful day in Phoenix, Arizona, the Valley of the Sun.
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