by | Mar 1, 2022 | Rogue Roundup

What we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in February…

On day 1, Paul Vidich went Rogue and took us into the skin of a female spy seducing secrets during the cold war. The person you love might have had a whole history before you met–can you ever really know everything about them? Do you want to?

Then Lisa Black confessed her twenty-year obsession with the weirdest book ever published, Mark Danieleski’s House of Leaves–if not the weirdest, certainly one of the most expensive.

Jenny Milchman extended our reading lists with her suggestions for five chilling books to read in this winter month. Whether in a tony neighborhood or the edge of a rainforest, these tales will make you think and shiver at the same time.

As a Valentine’s Day treat with no calories, Z.J. Czupor revisited classic fictional detective couples who mix murder and mayhem into their relationships. Nick and Nora Charles are only the tip of the iceberg!

Dean Koontz described how the image of a baby in a bassinet in the middle of a lonely highway became his new book Quicksilver, and why he loves a good road trip story.

Valentine #2, Chris Goff explored how motivations for murder can vary between men and women. Who’s the most romantic, and what’s love got to do with it? More than you’d think.

What’s in your office? Tosca Lee described the rocky renovation road she had to travel to get a room of one’s own to write in.

And on the 28th, Rogue Reads brought us four authors and a giveaway as we spent time with Gregg Hurwitz, Mia P. Manansala, Mark Greaney, and Stuart Gibbs.

And it’s on to the lion of March!!

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