Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Rogue Angel

What most people don't know, is that the highly addictive "Rogue Angel" series is authored by numerous writers (I hope this snippet does not ruin it for anyone). Alex Archer is the house name used by Harlequin's Gold Eagle division.

"Rogue Angel" was created by Randall Toy, an executive of Harlequin. After falling in love with the history of Joan of Arc, he decided to create a modern day Joan of Arc.

The first eight books in the series are written by Victor Milan, and Mel Odom. After the ninth book, new writers have joined their predecessors to work on this series.

Each of the books follows Annja Creed, Archaeologist, TV personality, and most importantly current wielder of Joan of arcs sword. Annja Creed's adventures never fail to entertain as she traverses the world, looking for ancient relics, myths, legends. Oh yeah, and saving the world.

So far there are fourteen books (with plenty more in the works) in the series.

In chronological order "Rogue Angel" consists of:


"Soloman's Jar"

"The Spider Stone"

"The Chosen"

"Forbidden City"

"The Lost Scrolls"

"God of Thunder"

"Secret of the Slaves"

"Warrior Spirit"

"Serpent's Kiss"


"The Soul Stealer"

"Gabriel's Horn"

"The Golden Elephant"

With "Swordsman's Legacy" now available at your locale bookseller. "Polar Quest" out January 13, 2009, and "Eternal Journey" March 10, 2009.


  1. I want to be a ghost-writer one day. That would be awesome! I could quote Ghost Rider all the time. Did that movie have a theme song, like Iron Man? I honestly can't remember. :P

  2. As far as I can remember, Ghost Rider didn't have a theme song.


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