Books by Roberta Rogow

THE PROBLEM OF THE SURLY SERVANT by Roberta Rogow
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 27, 2001

"Despite the sluggish pace, though, Rogow provides an interesting look at the manners and mores of the academic world of the Victorians."
The Reverend Charles Dodgson, a don at Oxford University, is still quartered at the Christ Church house on campus, and still writing his Alice stories (The Problem of the Evil Editor, 2000, etc.) as Lewis Carroll. Read full book review >
THE PROBLEM OF THE EVIL EDITOR by Roberta Rogow
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2000

"If The Oxford Companion to English Literature had conjugal relations with a London tourist map, this might be the result."
From his offices in Fleet Street, Samuel Bassett, editor of Youth's Companion, berates his copy editors, denies heat to his printers, and tosses aspiring writers out on their ears. Read full book review >
THE PROBLEM OF THE SPITEFUL SPIRITUALIST by Roberta Rogow
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 15, 1999

"Sporadically entertaining."
A second outing for Dodgson and Doyle (The Problem of the Missing Miss, 1998). Read full book review >
THE PROBLEM OF THE MISSING MISS by Roberta Rogow
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 13, 1998

"A fresh, imaginative debut."
Dastardly doings in the England of 1885, where some well-organized criminals are using dirt-poor, preteen girls to stock their brothels in England and France. Read full book review >