COPS IN LOVE. THE UNTOLD STORY

by Isabella Maldonado How many of us have read great crime novels (or seen TV shows or movies) featuring the romantic exploits of law enforcement officers? Invariably gorgeous, they run from one passionate entanglement to another. I often chuckle when I see these depictions. As I discovered when I...

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MARCH ROGUE ROUNDUP

Here’s what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in March… First, Sherry Knowlton took us on a guest blog trip to Botswana. She discussed the process of researching her latest book, Dead on the Delta, which involved safaris, elephants, and lions — oh my! After a year of the pandemic,...

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ALMA KATSU GOES ROGUE

Five of Alma Katsu’s novels combine history with horror or the supernatural, including THE HUNGER (international award winning, Stoker nominated, and one of the best horror novels of all time per NPR) and THE DEEP (Stoker nominated). But her latest book, RED WIDOW, is also her first spy novel,...

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J.T. ELLISON GOES ROGUE

We are delighted to welcome New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 25 novels and the EMMY award winning co-host of the literary TV show, A Word on Words, J.T. Ellison. With millions of books in print, her novels have been published in 25 countries. Here J.T. tells us where...

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NICK PETRIE GOES ROGUE

Nick Petrie received his MFA in fiction from the University of Washington and won a Hopwood Award for short fiction while an undergraduate at the University of Michigan. His story “At the Laundromat” won the 2006 Short Story Contest in The Seattle Review, a national literary journal. His...

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JAMES SWALLOW GOES ROGUE

James Swallow is a New York Times, Sunday Times and Amazon bestselling author, a BAFTA nominee, a former journalist and the award-winning writer of over fifty books, along with numerous scripts for videogames, radio and television. His latest novel ROGUE is the sixth book in a series of...

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WOLF BAHREN GOES ROGUE

The writer Kristi Bahrenburg Janzen uses the pen name Wolf Bahren when publishing fiction. Kristi has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Cornell and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia. She considers the lessons she learned from growing up in Poughkeepsie, NY, working odd jobs,...

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