You will cheer for Conor; your heart will ache & you will want more from Paul Keene.

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Donny and the Hot Rods take their demo tape, “Running Nowhere”, to Los Angeles. Through hard work and luck, they sign a label, and Conor’s music star dream soars. But it’s the images of a crazed fan filling his head that trouble him, not the hotels and heavy schedules of the tour.

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Donny and the Hot Rods take their demo tape, “Running Nowhere”, to Los Angeles. Through hard work and luck, they sign a label, and Conor’s music star dream soars. He finds comfort in the bus driver who takes him under the arm and shows him the tricks of surviving life on the road. But it’s the images of a crazed fan filling his head that troubles him, not the hotels and heavy schedules of the tour.

The new driver provides whatever it takes to ease his mind. Pot, sex, whiskey, and pills supplement the coffee, cigarettes, and beer.

Conor discovers that the cost is far greater than the money that exchanges hands. Not only his career, but life itself is at stake.

Can the ghost of Red Nolan, the woman that loves him, and Gabbie the guitar save him from destruction? Will he find something to call his own?

This final installment of Conor Kelman in this Running Nowhere trilogy is absolutely brilliant, with bits of twists throughout to keep you reading on & on.

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