From Public Radio Tulsa's John Wooley, a Gripping New Suspense Novel: "Satan's Swine"
On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome John Wooley back to our show. He's well-known for hosting the popular Swing on This western-swing program, which is heard Saturday nights at 7pm here on Public Radio 89.5 FM. He's also a prolific author -- of both faction and nonfiction -- with an array of interests and passions. Wooley joins us to discuss his newest book, just out, which he co-wrote. Inspired by the "pulp" mystery/thriller stories that thrived in American culture in the Twenties through the Forties, "Satan's Swine" is a gripping novel (part 2 of a 3-volume series) set in smalltown Arkansas in 1939. Please note that Wooley will be reading from and signing this book tonight, Wednesday the 30th, at Magic City Books; details are posted here. Also on our show, commentator Mark Darrah questions the logic of (and the naming of) "constitutional carry," which takes effect here in Oklahoma later this week.