Books by Donald Ray Pollock

When blue-collar southern Ohioan Donald Ray Pollock quit his job of 32 years to write dark, haunting stories of the hardscrabble, often depraved town of Knockemstiff, reviewers were throwing around Flannery O’Connor comparisons. His riveting new novel, The Devil All the Time, is similarly peopled with no-good folks from the holler, doing unspeakable things to themselves, and each other.