There's a killer on the road... He's a big rig truck driver who goes by the CB handle White Knuckle, and he's Jack the Ripper on eighteen wheels. For thirty years he has murdered hundreds of women in unimaginable ways, imprisoning them in a secret compartment in his truck, abducting them in one state and dumping their dead bodies across the country. Dedicated FBI agent Sharon Ormsby is on a mission to hunt down and stop White Knuckle. She goes undercover as a truck driver with a helpful long hauler named Rudy in a cross-country pursuit that will ultimately bring her face-to-face with White Knuckle in a pedal-to-the-metal, high-octane climax on a highway to Hell.
"WHITE KNUCKLE is a tautly gripping thriller that keeps you on edge throughout the entire cross-country trek. It's a
heart-thudding thrill-ride that must be taken this summer." - Arrow In The Head at JoBlo.com.
"WHITE KNUCKLE is one mean mutha truck driver." - Jack Ketchum.
"Eric Red is the successor to Richard Matheson and Robert Bloch. And he proves it once again here in WHITE KNUCKLE with a "road" story that is every bit as memorable as Matheson's DUEL. Partly horror with a psycho on the loose, partly police procedural, it's a taut suspense story, and a welcome return to the road horror story by the man who defined this genre with his screenplays NEAR DARK and HITCHER. There is no padding in the story, the pacing moves as relentlessly as White Knuckle's black Kenworth truck. Literally, no filler - all killer." - Robin Pierce, Starburst Magazine. (9/10 stars)