AARON NEBLETT IS AN OVER-THE-ROAD TRUCKER, A MODEL EMPLOYEE WITH JUST ONE PROBLEM: HE CAN'T STOP KILLING. "... a book you won't soon forget ... even though you'll want to."-Dawne Dominique, author of the award-winning First series. Amy Loeher went missing from her small town a little over a year ago. Everyone has given up on her except for her mother, who hires detective James Arklow, an ex-cop and criminology professor currently on sabbatical from the university where he teaches. The detective's search for the girl will lead him down the highway, where he hunts a deeply disturbed trucker who has left a trail of blood stretching from El Paso, Texas to North Platte, Nebraska. "Hirsch is an astonishing talent ... Rolling Country is a real page-turner-with both absolute depravity and surprising humanity on full display."—John Sheppard, author of Small Town Punk and Tales of the Peacetime Army. "... well done and well-written... the ending ... is great and unexpected and original."-Cetwya Powell, filmmaker and publisher of Underground Voices. " ... characters that jump right off the page ... realistic portrayals which will have you biting your nails ..."-T.L Barrett, author of "Hairy Bromance" and author of "The Night Library"