Friday, May 18, 2012

Friday's "Forgotten" Books: The Links and more...


Patti Abbott is otherwise occupied today (the rumor that they call her Mama Punisher on the yard is only a rumor), but will be hosting the links and some reviews next Friday as usual...meanwhile, please enjoy the reviews and citations at the links below, and let me know if I've missed yours or someone else's in comments...a few stragglers might come in over the course of the day, as frequently. Thanks!

In two weeks...the special Margaret Millar week in FFB.

Sergio Angelini: Some of Your Blood by Theodore Sturgeon

Yvette Banek: The Death of Colonel Mann by Cynthia Peale

Joe Barone: The Sins of the Fathers by Lawrence Block

Brian Busby: Precious by Douglas H. Glover

Maryell Cleary: Prophet Motive by Cleo Jones

Bill Crider: The Tough Die Hard (aka The Echoing Shore) by Robert Martin

Scott Cupp: The Imperium Game by K. D. Wentworth

William F. Deeck: Corpus Delectable by Talmage Powell; Murder on Every Floor by Ann Demarest

Loren Eaton: The House in November by Keith Laumer

Martin Edwards: Cain's Jawbone (aka/within the The Torquemada Puzzle Book) by Edward Powys Mathers

Barry Ergang (hosted by Kevin Tipple): Love Lies Bleeding by Edmund Crispin

Curt Evans: Death Before Bedtime by "Edgar Box" (Gore Vidal)

Ed Gorman: Mermaid by Margaret Millar

Jerry House: The Little Tales of Smethers and Other Stories by Lord Dunsany

Allen J. Hubin: Little Odessa by Joseph Koenig

Randy Johnson: Whom Gods Destroy by Clifton Adams

Nick Jones: Towards the End of Morning by Michael Frayn

George Kelley: Requiem: New Collected Works by Robert A. Heinlein...

Rob Kitchin: Buried Strangers by Leighton Gage

Marv Lachman: Remember to Kill Me by Hugh Pentecost

Kate Laity: My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George

Richard & Karen La Porte: The Secret Generations by John Gardner

B. V. Lawson: May You Die in Ireland by Michael Kenyon

Evan Lewis: "Blind Alleys" by Carroll John Daly

Steve Lewis: The Grub-and-Stakers Spin a Yarn by Alisa Craig

Walker Martin: Tough As Nails: The Complete Cases of Donahue from the Pages of Black Mask by Frederick Nebel

John F. Norris: The Case of Mr Cassidy by William Targ

Juri Nummelin: The Cry of the Owl by Patricia Highsmith

J. Kingston Pierce: I Die Possessed by J.B. O’Sullivan

David Rachels: Backflash by Richard Stark (Donald Westlake)

James Reasoner: The Three Planeteers by Edmond Hamilton

Karyn Reeves: The Birdcage by John Bowen

Richard Robinson: A Killing in Comics by Max Alan Collins

Gerard Saylor: Other People We Married by Emma Straub

Ron Scheer: Buell Hampton by Willis George Emerson

Bill Selnes: Dos Equis by Anthony Bidulka

Kerrie Smith: The Killing Bottle by L.P. Hartley

"TomCat": The Spies of Sobeck by Paul Doherty

Prashant Trikannad: Secret Armies: The New Technique of Nazi Warfare—Exposing Hitler's Undeclared War on the Americas by John L. Spivak

and on the newsstand:

Patti Abbott: Untold Tales of the Punisher Max #3 (August, 2012), script by Megan Abbott

Paul Bishop: Double-Action Detective (and Mystery); Comics become 1950s paperback novels by Tony Fleecs

Jack Seabrook and Peter Enfantino: Shock, September 1960; Batman in the 1970s Part 18: May and June 1972

6 comments:

Yvette said...

Okay, Todd. I've added my entry to the list. Looks like a very good one today.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Thanks for adding my long-winded entry, Todd. Yes, the list looks good with a few authors I have been meaning to read, like Sturgeon and Koenig for instance.

pattinase (abbott) said...

I survived althouth the level of pain is crying for Vicodin.

Todd Mason said...

Yikes. Sorry, Patti. Treat yourself pleasurably/prudently however you can. (Toothy fun, folks. Never recommended.)

Yvette, Prashant, thanks...it always looks good, though, doesn't it? And long-winded isn't a flaw I'd ascribe to what I've read of your entries, Prashant.

Richard R. said...

Get well soon, Patti, and do take that Vicodin.

Good job, Todd. Good luck with YOUR toothy fun next week.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks on both counts, Rick!