Mark Roger’s career as a travel journalist has brought him to 56 countries and counting. These trips have fed his imagination while at the same time provided authentic experiences and sensory detail that find their way into his novels and screenplays. Mark’s won multiple awards for his travel writing, including an award for his Hurricane Ivan coverage in Jamaica. His work regularly appears in USA Today and other media outlets. Mark lives in Baja California, Mexico with his Sinaloa-born wife, Sophy, where they recently built a rock house overlooking the sea.
When a young man buys a car wash in LA's Koreatown, he gets a young Korean wife he's never met as part of the bargain and plunges into a centuries old blood feud.
Mark Rogers knows that the stylish, polished picture frame in which we live is riddled with holes, in which worms live.
Mark Rogers delivers a genuinely fresh take on a modern crime novel.