FALL INTO GREAT READING!

Cool days, brisk nights...after a long walk amid the changing leaves, warm up in the tub with your very own rubber duckie, scented candle and a stack of can't-miss thrillers guaranteed to keep you enthralled until your skin turns pruney! The Rogues are celebrating the first day of the season by...

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PREPPING FOR LIFE IN THE TRENCHES

by K.J. HoweFor some people, planning for disaster is a lifestyle. These adrenalized experts are focused on being maximally prepared for any catastrophe—from a power outage to a nuclear war to the zombie apocalypse. While a few might go overboard, there is merit in anticipating and planning for...

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DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A SPY?

by Gayle Lynds:  Would you mind spending a few months living in a mud hut — or perhaps the nightly ritual of putting on formal clothes to attend an embassy party with great booze and music in a foreign capitol?How's your physical conditioning, your eyesight, your temperament?  Maybe...

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DAN FESPERMAN GOES ROGUE

By Francine MathewsI had one of the best evenings of my writing life this past Monday, when I got to sit down with spy novelists Dan Fesperman and Karen Cleveland at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. Karen, whose debut novel, NEED TO KNOW, earned raves this past spring, is a former...

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A SPY STORY: DCI WILLIAM CASEY

DCI Casey & President Reagan in the White HouseBy Gayle Lynds....  Do you want to know who you are?  Thomas Jefferson had some good advice:  “Act!  Action will delineate and define you.”That was certainly true of CIA legend William J. (“Bill”) Casey (1913–1987), who on...

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