Books by Ben Rehder

Ben Rehder wanted to become a writer ever since he was dropped on his head as a toddler. As he grew into a young adult and the vertigo gradually dissipated, his passion for literature grew. Ben longed to craft the type of soul-stirring prose that would to


HOLY MOLY by Ben Rehder
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 13, 2008

"Too many subplots rob an eminently likable protagonist (Gun Shy, 2007, etc.) of valuable playing time."
Game Warden John Marlin has more than his share of Jurassic Park moments without ever leaving Blanco County, Texas. Read full book review >
GUN SHY by Ben Rehder
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: May 19, 2007

"After four Rehder bull's-eyes (Guilt Trip, 2005, etc.), a surplus of subplots this time results in diffusion, confusion and a misfire."
John Marlin finds himself smack in the middle of the nation's gun debate, uncomfortably able to see both sides. Read full book review >
GUILT TRIP by Ben Rehder
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Sept. 30, 2005

"Think of it as stage farce, Texas-style—the doors keep opening and slamming as Rehder keeps sending in clowns."
In Blanco County, Texas, John Marlin, game warden, spends days with a bunch of wild and crazy animals—and not just the four-legged kind. Read full book review >
FLAT CRAZY by Ben Rehder
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 15, 2004

"Outrageous fun, and withal a tightly plotted police procedural."
Erring two-legged animals give Game Warden John Marlin sleepless nights. Read full book review >
BONE DRY by Ben Rehder
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 8, 2003

"Characters to chuckle at, yes, but Rehder never forgets he's got clues to furnish and a story to tell."
More funny adventures of John Martin, amiable, estimable game warden of Blanco County, Texas. Read full book review >
BUCK FEVER by Ben Rehder
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 16, 2002

"Briskly paced, amusing, spiced with deftly drawn good-old-boy portraits: an altogether promising debut."
Though it lacks the bravura resonance of Independence Day, Bastille Day, or even Mother's Day, Opening Day of the deer-hunting season is a special time in Blanco, Texas. Read full book review >