Friday, April 15, 2016

Friday's Forgotten Books: the links to the reviews, 15 April 2016

Patti Abbott will be hosting the links to the reviews and citations of underappreciated (mostly) books and related literature again next week at her blog; please let me know in comments below if I've missed your or someone else's review for this week...thanks.  TM

Sergio Angelini: Smear Job by James Mitchell

Anonymous: Rediscoveries II edited by David Madden and Peggy Bach

Mark Baker: Time of Fog and Fire by Rhys Bowen

Yvette Banek: 2015 in Books

Joe Barone: Talking to the Dead by Harry Bingham

Les Blatt: Tour de Force by Christianna Brand

Ben Boulden: M.I.A. Hunter by Joe R. Lansdale and Stephen Mertz

Brian Busby: Collected Poems by Archibald McKillop

Bill Crider: Magical Beginnings edited by Steven Silver and Martin H. Greenberg; Katherine Anne Porter

Jose Cruz, Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: EC Comics, 1950

Martin Edwards: Bury Him Darkly by Henry Wade

Fred Fitch: novels as by "Samuel Holt" by Donald Westlake

Barry Gardner: Blood Type by Stephen Greenleaf

"John Grant": Don't Open the Door by Ursula Curtiss

Rich Horton: The Perfume of the Lady in Black by Gaston Leroux

Jerry House: UFO Abductions in Gulf Breeze by Ed and Francis Walters

Nick Jones: Casino Royale (aka You Asked for It) by Ian Fleming

Tracy K: Web of Deceit by Katherine Howell

George Kelley: The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd Culture by Glen Weldon

Margot Kinberg: Unidentified Woman #15 by David Housewright

Rob Kitchin: Worst Enemies by Dana King

B.V. Lawson: Let's Talk of Graves, of Worms & Epitaphs by "Robert Player" (Robert F. Jordan)

Steve Lewis: A Bullet for a Blonde by Paul Kruger; A Killing in Swords by Reginald Bretnor; Every Inch a Lady by Joan Fleming; Ten Days, Mister Cain? by Brian Freeborn; Crown Court by James Follett

Todd Mason: crime fiction Best of the Year volumes; some suspense fiction anthologies; some of Tolkien's peers among fantasists; The Year's Best Horror Stories, Series V edited by Gerald W. Page; 1992 Horror BOTY annuals

Sean McLaughlin: I was a Teeny-Bopper for the CIA by "Ted Mark" (Theodore Gottfried)

John F. Norris: This is the House by Shelley Smith

Matt Paust: What Came Before by Gay Degani

James Reasoner: Trumpets West! by "Luke Short" (Frederick D. Glidden)

Gerard Saylor: The Secret Speech by Tom Rob Smith; The Dead Lands by Benjamin Percy

Steve Scott: "Common Denominator" by John D. MacDonald

Kerrie Smith: The Traveller Returns by Patricia Wentworth

Kevin Tipple: SeaSmoke: Crime Stories by New England Writers edited by Kate Flora, Ruth McCarty and Susan Oleksiwhis

"TomCat": The Secret of Phantom Lake (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators series) by "William Arden" (Dennis Lynds); Fear is the Same by "Carter Dickson" (John Dickinson Carr)

David Vineyard: The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings by L. T. Meade and Robert Eustace


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks for doing such an amazing job Todd - always a pleasure to be in such good company too!

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Sergio. It's always an impressive crop, indeed.