Friday, July 29, 2016

Friday's Forgotten Books: the links to reviews and more: 29 July 2016

A tumultuous week (and one with at least two Perry Mason novel reviews, and two of Anita Blackmon's reprint), and a day with several delays and an odd glitch which ate an earlier version of this post. Spare a thought for Bill Crider, facing tough sledding of late; and there's a sweet eulogy for Richard Robinson's tomcat Espresso just up. Sorry for the delay, folks...Patti will be back at the compilation task next week. 

Sergio Angelini: Widows by "Ed McBain" [an 87th Precinct novel]

Mark Baker: The Last Coyote by Michael Connolly [a Harry Bosch novel]

Yvette Banek: Death in the Stocks by Georgette Heyer

the BareBones staff: E. C. Comics, June 1951

Joe Barone: The Tumbler by Peter Bowen

Les Blatt: There Is No Return by Anita Blackmon

Elgin Bleecker: The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary by Erle Stanley Gardner [a Perry Mason novel]

Brian Busby: The Cashier by Gabrielle Roy

Bill Crider: Dead Horse by Walter Satterthwait

William Deeck: Campaign Trail by the Gordons

Martin Edwards: The Davidson Case by John Rhode

Will Errickson: Résumé with Monsters by William Browning Spencer; The Landlady by Constance Rauch; the Horrorscope series by Robert Lory

Curt Evans: Helen Reilly and her daughters, Ursula Curtiss and Mary "McMullen" (and brother James Reilly)

Fred Fitch: Drowned Hopes by Donald Westlake

Paul Fraser: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December 1950 edited by Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas; Galaxy Science Fiction, December 1950 edited by H. L. Gold

Ed Gorman: Bone Justice by Elizabeth Fackler

John Grant: The Bone Magician by F. E. Higgins

Rich Horton: The Spy in the Ointment by Donald Westlake

Jerry House: Rocket Jockey by "Philip St. John" ("Lester del Rey")

Tracy K: Shot in Detroit by Patricia Abbott

George Kelley: Thrillers: 100 Must Reads edited by David Morrell and Hank Wagner (previous review that sparked this one)

Margot Kinberg: Our Trespasses by Steph Avery; Ngaio Marsh Award shortlist/judging

Rob Kitchin: The Dirtiest Race in History by Richard Moore

B. V. Lawson: The Cape Cod Mystery by Phoebe Atwood Taylor

Steve Lewis: The Case of the Sun Bather's Diary by Erle Stanley Gardner [a Perry Mason novel]

Todd Mason: the spoken word/reading albums (and files) of Theodore Sturgeon

John F. Norris: All for the Love of a Lady by Leslie Ford

Juri Nummelin: SF Pornography [an index] by Kenneth R. Johnson

Mathew Paust: Lies My Mother Never Told Me by Kaylie Jones

Mildred Perkins: Those Across the River and Necromancer's House by Christopher Buehlman

James Reasoner: Dropsie Avenue: The Neighborhood by Will Eisner

Richard Robinson: The Allingham Case-Book by Margery Allingham

Mark Rose: My Father, the Pornographer by Chris Offutt

Peter Rozovsky: Peter Rabe's novels

Gerard Saylor: Rough Riders by Charlie Stella; Anything Goes by Richard S. Wheeler

Steve Scott: "Labor Supply" by John D. MacDonald; "Salute to Courage" and "Tank-Town Matador" by John D. MacDonald; Elmore Leonard on John D. MacDonald

Kerrie Smith: Weekend with Death by Patricia Wentworth

Raquel Stecher: Into the Dark by Mark A. Vieira

Richard Strauss: The Mysterious Traveler Mystery Reader, September 1952 edited by Robert Arthur

Kevin R. Tipple: Holy Moly by Ben Rehder

"TomCat": The Secrets of Terror Castle by Robert Arthur [a Three Investigators novel]; Nothing Like Blood by Leo Bruce; locked-room mysteries, an anthology proposed

Prashant Trikannad: forthcoming novels

4 comments:

Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Todd!

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Jack. Thank you. More lists coming over the next day or so.

noirencyclopedia said...

A great list, Todd, and many thanks for the mention.

I, too, have frequently misread the title of that McBain novel as Windows, but . . .

Curt's essay on Helen Reilly and her daughters is a must-read.

Todd Mason said...

Hah. The nature of the day and its typos!