Friday, August 1, 2014

Friday's "Forgotten" Books: the links

Filling in this week for Patti Abbott, who will be compiling the links again next week...if I've missed you book, or someone else's, please let me know in comments...thanks!  -Todd Mason

Sergio Angelini: The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie

Yvette Banek: The TBR Pile

Joe Barone: Rolling Thunder by Chris Grabenstein

Brian Busby: The Devil's Due by Grant Allen

David Cramner: Call for the Dead by John LeCarré.

Bill Crider: The Real Cool Killers by Chester Himes

William Deeck: The Affairs of O’Malley (aka Smart Guy) by William MacHarg; At One Fell Swoop by Osmington Mills

Martin Edwards: Sudden Death by B.C. Skottowe; 10 Best Golden Age Mystery Novels

Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: DC horror comics, ca. 1973 

Barry Ergang: The Man Who Turned Into Himself by David Ambrose (hosted at Kevin Tipple's blog)

Curt Evans: The Case of the Perjured Parrot by Erle Stanley Gardner

Shonna Froebel: Ghost Girl by Helena McEwan

Ed Gorman: The Collected Stories of Stephen Crane

Josef Hoffmann: 20 Detective Novels by Writers Known for Other Sorts of Fiction

Rich Horton: Ladies and Gentlemen, by Irvin S. Cobb

Jerry House: The Other Passenger: 18 Strange Stories by John Keir Cross

Allen J. Hubin: Out of Nowhere by William Marshall

Randy Johnson: Apache Breakout by Louis Masterson

Nick Jones: The Tin Men by Michael Frayn

Tracy K: Faith by Len Deighton

George Kelley: Horror: Another 100 Best Books edited by Kim Newman and Stephen Jones

Rob Kitchin: Casual Rex by Eric Garcia

Marvin Lachman: A Night of Errors by Michael Innes

Kate Laity: Money in the Bank by P. G. Wodehouse

B.V. Lawson: Victorian Tales of Mystery & Detection edited by Michael Cox

Evan Lewis: The Double Take by Roy Huggins

Neer: Prison and Chocolate Cake by Nayantara Sahgal; Forty Years of Test Cricket: India-England 1932-1971 by Saradindu Sanyal

John F. Norris: Murder at the Women's City Club by Q. Patrick 

Juri Nummelin: Already Dead by Charlie Huston

James Reasoner: The Western by Phil Hardy

Karyn Reeves: Four Frightened People by E. Arnot Robertson

Richard Robinson: A Bicycle Built for Brew by Poul Anderson (The Collected Short Stories, V. 6)

Peter Rosovsky: Hopscotch by Brian Garfield

Ron Scheer: Frontier Stories by Bret Harte

Kerrie Smith: The Cartographer by Peter Twohig

Zadie Smith: Crash by J. G. Ballard

Dan Stumpf: Murder Plan Six by John Bingham

Prashant Trikannad: Famous Monsters of Filmland 1982 Film Fantasy Yearbook

David Vineyard: Witchwood by John Buchan

A. J. Wright: The American Child: A Journal of Constructive Democracy

6 comments:

Richard said...

Todd, thanks for squeezing that in, nice surprise.

Todd Mason said...

Not at all! Thanks for posting.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Wow, what a haul today! Thanks for doing the honours Todd, much appreciated.

K. A. Laity said...

Love that cover of Money in the Bank.

TracyK said...

Thanks for including the link to my review of Faith. It wasn't until a day later I realized it actually would fit the Forgotten Books theme. So many wonderful books reviews here.

Todd Mason said...

Sergio--Not at all.

Kate--they are pretty handsome, those (I think) first edition covers, in their busy way.

Tracy--Thanks! And you're quite welcome.