Author Florence Wolf's New Book "Rogue" Is a Gripping and Romantic Murder Mystery Set in Oregon's Rugged Rogue River Valley in the Early Years of the Twentieth Century

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Recent release “Rogue” from Page Publishing author Florence Wolf is the riveting story of Joanne, a young woman who has moved to Oregon to work as a physician’s assistant and is captivated by the untamed beauty of the area and the toughness and independence of its people. Reluctantly, she assumes the care of a motherless infant and finds herself navigating complicated terrain as the only woman living on an isolated ranch.

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Florence Wolf, a mother who homeschooled all seven of her children who grew up riding in the fresh air and sunshine of her parents’ cattle ranch in northern California, has completed her new book “Rogue”: a potent period drama set in the rugged American Northwest of a century ago.

“Our plan had gone utterly awry. Dr. Weston and I had come to this remote place to deliver a baby. That was our job. He was the doctor, and I was his assistant. The task might possibly have entailed an overnight stay, just long enough to be certain that everything was going well for the new mother and infant. Then we would travel back again to the warm Weston home in town to complete our pleasant but ordinary tasks that had been left when the call for help had come in. This was December of 1916, the Christmas season, after all, when people all over America were busy tying ribbons and baking pies. Instead, here we both were, more than a week later, shivering on a cold, grassy hillside and feeling bushwhacked by the awful turn of events. A merciful and orderly God would never have allowed this to happen. Every instinct called reason and benevolence into question. Tear apart a perfect family? Take a young and beautiful wife, leaving a helpless baby without his mother? No! My mind rebelled, this is unacceptable. I refuse to take part. Yet, here I stood, an unwilling participant. I closed my eyes, shutting out the grim scene in front of me and willing it to go away. I wanted to wake up in some cozy, sun-warmed room far, far away from that damnably cold grave that flaunted its gawping mouth in front of me. I opened my eyes slowly, but reality persisted.” -- Rogue

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Florence Wolf’s evocative tale is a suspenseful mystery driven by betrayal, revenge, murder, and love.

Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Rogue” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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