Some Dark Holler

By Luke Bauserman

Fantasy, Horror | Paperback, Hardback, eBook, Audiobook


EPHRAIM CUTLER HAS BLOOD ON HIS HANDS AND A HELLHOUND ON HIS TRAIL. When his mother forces him to kill an innocent man, Ephraim Cutler’s quiet life in the Appalachian Mountains is thrown into turmoil. With a bounty on his head, Ephraim flees to the hills and hollers where he discovers that his crime has drawn more than the law’s attention — the Devil’s in town with his eye on Ephraim’s soul. Desperate to escape, Ephraim is torn between two clashing figures: an outcast granny doctor rumored to be a witch — and the local preacher. As the line between grim reality and the supernatural disappears, Death rides the ridgetops on a pale horse, and the Devil’s hound haunts the backwoods. Ephraim must decide who to trust, evade the hangman’s noose, and find redemption.




Luke Bauserman was born and raised in the Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio. He has worked as a paperboy, a vending machine stocker, and an aide in a nursing home. He currently is a dental student. When Luke isn’t writing, he can be found playing banjo in the company of his stuffed possum, George Jones. He also enjoys researching rural history and American folklore, which he writes about on his blog, The Weekly Holler. Luke lives in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and three young children.


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Luke Bauserman was born and raised in the Appalachian foothills of southeastern Ohio. He has worked as a paperboy, a vending machine stocker, and an aide in a nursing home. He currently is a dental student. When Luke isn’t writing, he can be found playing banjo in the company of his stuffed possum, George Jones. He also enjoys researching rural history and American folklore, which he writes about...


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