Eleven months into the life of a book, surprises are usually hard to find. But Rogues’ Gallery earned two this week. One of New York’s finest book stores, Rizzoli on 57th Street, has put it in the front window (above, lower left) for the first time, and the Albright Memorial Library serving Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, PA, the hometown of the late Metropolitan Museum trustee Charles Wrightsman’s first wife, has recommended it on its blog, calling it “the compelling true story of the coupling of art with commerce (and mystery).”