Join Penguin USA’s Twitter chat with Barbara Rogan

Penguin Books USA has a virtual book club! The book chosen for this month is ‘A Dangerous Fiction’ by Barbara Rogan. Here is a synopsis:

Jo Donovan always manages to come out on top. From the backwoods of Appalachia, she forged a hard path to life among the literati in New York City. At thirty-five, she’s the widow of the renowned author Hugo Donovan and the owner of one of the best literary agencies in town. Jo is living the life she dreamed of but it’s all about to fall apart.

When a would-be client turns stalker, Jo is more angry than shaken until her clients come under attack. Meanwhile, a biography of Hugo Donovan is in the works and the author’s digging threatens to destroy the foundations of Jo’s carefully constructed life. As the web of suspicion grows wider and her stalker ups the ante, she’s persuaded by her client and friend—FBI profiler-turned-bestselling-thriller writer—to go to the police. There Jo finds herself face-to-face with an old flame: the handsome Tommy Cullen, now NYPD detective.

‘A Dangerous Fiction’ by Barbara Rogan

If you would like to chat with Barbara Rogan, take note of these dates:

  • Tuesday, 9th of September 2014
    3 – 4 pm USA Eastern Time (3 am to 4 am Wednesday for those in Malaysia)
  • Tuesday, 23rd of September 2014
    3 – 4 pm USA Eastern Time (3 am to 4 am Wednesday for those in Malaysia)

To join the Twitter chat, search for #ReadPenguin. Don’t forget to include the hashtag and @RoganBarbara in your tweet(s). Otherwise, tweet(s) will go unnoticed!

For more details on the book club, please visit and bookmark this page and/or follow@PenguinUSA on Twitter.

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