The Rogue Shop by Michael Knudsen

December 9, 2010 | 2 Comments

Title: The Rogue Shop

Author: Michael Knudsen

Publisher: Cedar Fort

Release Date: December 8, 2010

ISBN: 978-1599554686

Size: 288 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Romantic Comedy

Read excerpts here.

“Swear you will never become a Mormon.”

It was more likely I’d become a vegan. “Don’t be ridiculous, Aunt Jean. I’m not going to become a Mormon.”

“Swear it on the Bible.”

Trying to escape from his Texas Baptist upbrining and a troubled past, Chris Kerry came to Salt Lake City to get an education—and nothing else. But keeping his promise to stay away from the Mormons proves difficult, especialy with two cute college girls living across the hall. And when Chris finds a job at a tuxedo shop, his promise unravels as he discovers new friendships, hidden secrets, and a lost heritage he never imagined he had.

The Rogue Shop illuminates how we recognize truth even in the most trying circumstances. Michael Knudsen’s hilarious debut will remind you about the value of faith, family, and friends as Chris learns from his past to move forward into a better future.

2 responses to “The Rogue Shop by Michael Knudsen

  1. ~T~

    I chose this book by its cover. (Will there still be a yearly cover contest?) It’s gorgeous. I was happy to find that I enjoyed the story, too. It’s peopled with a delightful variety of characters, and a plot that is deep, touching, and funny. This novel wears its cover well.

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