Saturday, November 26, 2016

Friday's "Forgotten" Books (and Magazines): post-festival edition, 25 November 2016: new links

This week's set of links to the reviews of literature cited below; perhaps a few more less than stellar examples, by the reviewers' reckoning, than usual, but no lack of gems (some less obscured than others, to be sure!). Patti Abbott will be back on the gathering stick next week. Happy post-Tday, USians, and for that matter our Britons and Canadians and our token (I think sole) Australian and Indian (one each) this week...and to all you readers, with thanks to everyone.  

Patti Abbott: on Shirley Jackson


Sergio Angelini: Nocturne by "Ed McBain" (Evan Hunter)


Frank Babics: Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, July 1965, edited by G. F. Foster (featuring Clark Howard, Ed Lacy and Richard Deming, among others)


Mark Baker: E is for Evidence by Sue Grafton





















7 comments:

R. T. (Tim) Davis said...

I hope you will permit me to be presumptive enough to include the link to my inaugural FFB posting:
http://beyond221bbakerstreet.blogspot.com/2016/11/in-pursuit-of-space-vulture-ruthless.html
Thanx!

Todd Mason said...

Glad to have it, Tim...but I thought you'd done some previously, as well...

R. T. (Tim) Davis said...

New blog with new focus and new commitment. Onward!
v/r
Tim

noirencyclopedia said...

A mouthwatering selection, overall (tho maybe not the Henry James, pour moi). Many thanks for the mention!

Todd Mason said...

Thank you. John!

Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Todd!

Todd Mason said...

And thank you, too, Jack.