Fear & Loathing in the Blue-Grass State!, July 13, 2005
Reviewer: Zygote in my Coffee.com - See all my reviews
"Butcher Holler" is a high-octane, neo-noir mystery that keeps the reader guessing until the very end. The novel is filled to the brim with a cast of unforgettable characters, ranging form a perverted, God-fearing sociopatch to a gun toting Vietnam vet and everything in between. Fugett's debut novel will undoubtedly establish him as the Mickey Spillane of Appalachia! I highly recommend picking this book up!
Wednesday, July 06, 2005
Press Release: Have you read the new book, Butcher Holler, by LW Fugett? If not you should. It's a gas. It’s redneck funny with suspense and drama. The characters are straight out of the cast of Deliverance, but on steroids. You’ll never again look at Jeff Foxworthy without thinking of Cockeyed Ezra and old Cousin Willard, double first cousins who immortalize their standing as rednecks by owning a “Queer” donkey. (July 6, 2005 )