Saturday, December 25, 2010

Friday's Forgotten Books Links: Rockin' Around the FFB, at the Forgotten Library...

This weekend's "forgotten" books entries I'm aware of (more might arise as I'm made aware of them):

Paul Bishop: And All Through the House by Ed McBain
Bill Crider: The Drowning Pool by Ross Macdonald
Scott Cupp: The Ship of Ishtar by A. Merritt
Martin Edwards: A Private Inquiry by Jessica Mann
Cullen Gallagher: Stop This Man! by Peter Rabe
Ed Gorman: Danger is My Business by Lee Server
Jerry House: The Reformed Gun by Marvin H. Albert
Randy Johnson: Passage to Samoa by Day Keene
George Kelley: Downtown by Ed McBain
K. A. Laity: Puckoon by Spike Milligan
Todd Mason: Dolls are Murder edited by Harold Q. Masur
David Rachels: The Damsel by Richard Stark
James Reasoner: A Corpse for Christmas by Carter Brown and A Holiday for Murder by Agatha Christie
(Scott also chimes in with various editions of the "Carter Brown")

5 comments:

George said...

Thanks for the summing up, Todd. I'll be hosting Forgotten Books on February 11. Hope you and your family enjoy a very Merry Christmas!

Todd Mason said...

It seemed a useful thing to do, as it has in the past, George...as a fellow sub while Patti is not quite spending some time at the Nixon Library, I hope your family's Xmas Day was less prone to head cold than ours was...

K. A. Laity said...

Thanks for summing up duties. Hope your holiday is terrific.

K. A. Laity said...

Headcolds aside...

Todd Mason said...

Thanks! I gather yours was more traditionally festive. All to the good. Mine was certainly feline-felix.