BARBARA ROSS GOES ROGUE

Gayle Lynds: Barbara Ross’s novels always move me. They’re riveting! In her newest one, Muddled Through, modernization sends residents of a Maine resort into turmoil. Add valuable pottery, town meetings, and unfortunate death, and you have adventure, a retired National Geographic female...

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TESS GERRITSEN GOES ROGUE

Introduction by KJ Howe: Writing one dynamic book is a real accomplishment. Keeping a series fresh is a monumental task. It takes a creative mind and an endless amount of energy. Learn from iconic author Tess Gerritsen how to keep your series sparkling. Welcome to the Rogues, Tess! Keeping A...

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CHRIS HOLM GOES ROGUE

Chris Holm. Tess Gerritsen calls Child Zero “a terrifying look at a world gone mad and the possible plagues to come.” Once a molecular biologist with a patent to his name, Chris's novels are not only award winning, they're addictive! Gayle Lynds: A big excited welcome to Chris Holm,...

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SAMANTHA BAILEY GOES ROGUE

K. J. Howe: Canadian superstar Samantha Bailey believes that it takes a village to write a book. In what could be a lonely profession, she instead creates lifelong friendships. Welcome to the Rogues, Samantha! RIDE OR DIE WRITER FRIENDS by Samantha Bailey If you’d told me when I was a teenager,...

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WILLIAM MAZ GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: Spies, history, intrigue—and a love story. The perfect elements in a novel set in historical Eastern Europe by a talented debut author with the ideal backstory for this book. Welcome to Rogue Women, William! By William Maz The Bucharest Dossier has been described as a love story inside a...

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ERICA FERENCIK GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: A warm welcome to Erica Ferencik, the author of The River at Night and Into the Jungle. Her harrowing new thriller is set in the unforgiving and eerie landscape of the Arctic Circle, where a brilliant linguist struggling to understand the apparent suicide of her twin...

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DEAN KOONTZ GOES ROGUE

KJ Howe: When an iconic author like Dean Koontz takes on a road-trip story, I’m always up for a ride. And the book brought the serpentine twists and brilliant characterization that are always part of a Koontz novel. Perhaps you’ll enjoy Dean’s analysis of road-trip books and discover why...

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