Sunday, August 19, 2018

Friday's Books (etc.), alphabetized by author and/or editor (and, failing that, publisher) for August, so far: new links

The ongoing August alpha by author(s), editor(s), publisher(s) index:
...by "Lester del Rey" under one of his other pseudonyms


Douglas Winter wanted to know if there was any way the FFB items might be arrayed by author, to make finding or refinding a given item easier. I told him I thought so, but it would be extra work for me (one can, if searching for a specific title or writer/editor/publisher, also search on the blogs in question). Nonetheless, it didn't seem like the worst possible idea, so this might go forward as a monthly summary/reordering of the weekly roundelay...added to over the course of the month. 



In some cases below, you'll do better to click on the title or author/editor/publisher of the work in question, rather than the contributor's name, which might still take you to the first item they dealt with as listed for that week. People vastly more famous for their pseudonym than their real name are listed under that pseudonym...or, in Cele Goldsmith Lalli's case, in the most famous form of her name (albeit not in fantastic fiction circles), and that listed under Lalli. 


B

Will Errickson: the gothics of Victor Banis

Elgin Bleecker: Eight Million Ways to Die by Lawrence Block
Martin Edwards: His Name Was Death by Fredric Brown

C

Mark Baker: Chasing Darkness by Robert Crais 

Gerard Saylor: Pines by Blake Crouch

D

Peter Enfantino & Jack Seabrook: DC War Comics, March 1973 

E

F

G

H
Features Clark Howard's story

I

Evan Lewis: "Lance Lewis, Space Detective" by Graham Ingels

Yvette Banek: "Michael Innes" (J.I.M. Stewart) novels

J

K

L
John Boston: Amazing: Fact and Science Fiction Stories, September 1963, edited by Cele Goldsmith Lalli

M (including Mac/Mc)

Paul Fraser: New Worlds, January 1965, edited by Michael Moorcock 

N

Barry Gardner: Brother Cadfael's Penance by "Ellis Peters" (Edith Pargeter)

Victoria Silverwolf: Worlds of Tomorrow, October 1963, edited by Frederik Pohl

Steven H. Silver: "Burning Beard: The Dreams and Visions of Joseph Ben Jacob, Lord Viceroy of Egypt" by Rachel Pollack

Danielle Torres: Act Like It by Lucy Potter

Q

R

S

Colman Keane: Silent City by Alex Segura

Colman Keane: Haematemesis by Henry Sheppard
Les Blatt: Too Many Women by Rex Stout

Richard Robinson: The Age of Myth and The Age of Swords by Michael J. Sullivan


Kevin Tipple: See Also Murder by Larry D. Sweazy 



T

Curtis Evans: The Singing Masons by "Francis Vivian" (Arthur Ashley)

Yvette Banek: Darkness at Pemberley by T. H. White

A. J. Wright: Nobody Knows How It Got This Good by Amos Wright

Y



Friday, August 17, 2018

Friday's "Forgotten" Books: the links to the reviews: 17 August 2018





This week's books, unfairly (or sometimes fairly) neglected, or simply those the reviewers below think you might find of some interest (or, infrequently, you should be warned away from); certainly, most weeks we have a few not at all forgotten titles.  Founder Patti Abbott is taking a break from listmaking for a while...so if I've missed yours or someone else's, please let me know in comments...