Kentucky Game Warden Luke Ryder is an alcoholic, and his boss intends to fire him. On the first day of muzzle-loader hunting season someone shoots a Latino man dead on a farm's food plot. Why did the murdered man, a Louisville gangster, come to the remote holler? Who slew him? County Sheriff Jim Pike, Ryder's only friend, asks him to help find the answers. Ryder believes solving this crime may save his job. And Pike offers to hire him as a deputy, if he can quit drinking.
"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 . . . "
Read a recent "interview" with Luke Ryder, the protagonist of the mystery novel, Death in the Holler. Ryder is a Kentucky game warden who has law enforcement powers. He works with Sheriff Jim Pike to help solve the mystery of why a man was shot to death on a farm's food plot and who did it.
Author John G. Bluck was interviewed July 13 on Chat and Spin Radio. It's an internet station based in northeast England. Click on the link to hear the interview. Then click on the shorter "bars" near the top of the page to locate the conversation.