I WOULD LOVE TO FIND PENNIES

by Chris GoffTouched is the word that comes to mind. Which of course can be taken two ways. This Halloween, as the Rogues reveal their scary encounters (or attempted encounters) with those from beyond, the word so aptly describes my experiences.It's well known in my family that I'm the crazy one....

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MY VISIT TO A REAL GHOST TOWN

          W.S. Bodey got bored in Poughkeepsie, NY, and went west to join the gold rush. There is no note of how Mrs. Bodey, left behind with their two children, felt about this, but in any event it took him less than a year to find gold in them thar hills of California...

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Humor in Thrillers

. . . by Karna Small BodmanWe Rogues write thrillers and mysteries where we often see our novels described as tense, gripping, and explosive, with plots featuring spies, secrets and suspense.   But do they -- or should they -- include a bit of humor (for "comic relief" perhaps)? When I read...

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THE ENIGMA

by K.J. HoweChurchill called the Soviet Union “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma,” but this description aptly describes another country as well.  For centuries, the very mention of China conjured a mysterious image, showcasing a complex, ancient culture whose...

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PUMPKIN SPICED

S. Lee Manning: It started with pie. A long, long time ago, back in the golden age of hallowed fall traditions, there was pumpkin pie. And it was good. Really good, especially with whip cream or vanilla ice cream – and you could stick some of those candy corns into the ice cream – or candy...

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