Murder, Mobsters, and Mayhem. And Romance.

August 10, 2012
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The Taxi ChroniclesThe Taxi Chronicles
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Honey Walker is a cab driver in a small New England town, where she’s friends with a fellow driver, and former prostitute, named Belle.

In the new S.G. Rogers novel “The Taxi Chronicles,” Honey and Belle encounter thugs from the local, disorganized, chapter of organized crime who want to use the taxi company to move more than people.

Honey and Belle leave a trail of bad guys wrapped in duct tape in their wake for the local police to deal with.

indie author S.G. Rogers

Meanwhile, handsome, hunky police lieutenant Jon Stevens is in pursuit of both the bad guys and Honey, although his interest seems to be as much in getting Honey into the bedroom as it is in stopping the bad guys.

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An Indie Author’s Debut

The Taxi Chronicles is S.G. Rogers’s first novel. On her website Rogers reveals more about where her inspiration came from:

Rogers’ experience as a cabbie first led her to the idea for the book, which is rich with slice-of-life insight into her passengers, her city, and the relationships that happen when seeming strangers come together for a taxi ride.

Throw in some mobsters, drug traffic, dead bodies, and an on-again off-again romance with a particular member of local law enforcement, and readers are in for a wild ride.

The next book

Again, from Rogers’s website:

Honey Walker and her lovable misfits take on a gang of thieves who specialize in stealing from senior citizens. Her elderly friend, Lucille, a retired FBI agent, rises to the occasion and proves to be an excellent marksman with her 9 mm glock. Honey follows in Lucille’s path and delivers the bad guys wrapped in duct tape and screaming for mercy.

Yes, I think we’ll be talking with S.G. Rogers again.

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7 Responses to Murder, Mobsters, and Mayhem. And Romance.

  1. August 13, 2012 at 10:34 am

    What a fabulous interview! I read Rogers’ “Taxi Chronicles” — actually, more than once. It’s an amazing book and it’s so interesting to hear some of the behind-the-scenes insights about how she plots, rewrites and develops characters — and to learn some of the whacky ones are fashioned from real, live passengers the author has transported while driving her taxi. Wow!

  2. Al Bushrod
    June 30, 2014 at 10:19 am

    Nice to have met and chat with you and Steve yesterday at the Canton waterfront park, looking forward to reading The Taxi Chronicles.

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