The novel, Death in the Holler, is a mystery.
"For Southern murder mystery fans, this whodunit and its heart-of-gold protagonist will hit a bullseye." -- BookLife Reviews. Click here for full review.
"Looking for a change of scenery? Consider a trip to Kentucky to solve the 'Death in the Holler' along with Game Warden Luke Ryder and Sheriff Jim Pike . . . . readers will be pulling for Luke Ryder as he works to reveal the killer . . . " -- Dolores Fox Ciardelli/Pleasanton Weekly.
"The author describes the Holler in such a way that you can see, hear and smell it. His writing is such that it brings the reader into the story immediately. This writing is reminiscent of another crime novelist of some note, Joseph Wambaugh. The story itself is set a few years in the future and is a different kind of crime novel due to its protagonist and setting . . . . Get this e-book. You won’t be disappointed you did." -- Mark Tarte, retired police sergeant and Administration of Justice instructor at Las Positas College.
Link to article in Livermore Independent newspaper: Livermore Novelist Reviewed in Publishers Weekly Magazine.
(A paperback version of this book will be available at amazon.com on or about June 15.)
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