Friday, August 3, 2012

Friday's "Forgotten" Books: the links so far

Filling in for Patti Abbott this week, but with a confounding sudden confluence of business meetings and other nonsense which might delay the listing of the later entries this morning. Items will be added throughout the day, as I become aware of them. If I've overlooked yours, please let me know in comments...thanks.

Walter Albert: Raymond Chandler and Film by William Luhr; Raymond Chandler in Hollywood by Al Clark

Joe Barone: Aunt Dimity's Death by Nancy Atherton

Bill Crider: Champs and Bums edited by Bucklin Moon

William F. Deeck: Murder in Silence by George Selmark

Martin Edwards: The Perfect Murder Case by Christopher Bush; Ask a Policeman by Dorothy Sayers, et al.

Elisabeth Grace Foley: The Flirt by Booth Tarkington

Ed Gorman: Earthquake Weather by Terrill Lee Lankford

Monte Herridge: The Hanigan & Irving series (stories in Detective Fiction Weekly) by Roger Torrey

Allen J. Hubin: Cat and Mouse by William Campbell Gault

Nick Jones: 361 by Donald Westlake

George Kelley: 69 Barrow Street; Strange Embrace by Lawrence Block

Rob Kitchin: A Long Silence by Nicolas Freeling

Marv Lachman: The Second Black Lizard Anthology of Crime Fiction edited by Ed Gorman; The Mammoth Book of Private Eye Stories edited by Bill Pronzini and Martin Harry Greenberg

B. V. Lawson: Johnny Under Ground by Patricia Pakenham-Walsh

Evan Lewis: Roy Rogers and The Ghost of Mystery Rancho by Walter A. Tompkins; Tough as Nails by Frederick Nebel

Steve Lewis: The Red Scarf by Gil Brewer; Diamond Eyes by John Lutz; The Cooking School Murders by Virginia Rich

Todd Mason: Shadows edited by Charles Grant; Book of the Dead edited by John Skipp and Craig Spector

Neer: The Clock in the Hat-Box by Anthony Gilbert

John F. Norris: The Gold of Malabar by Berkely Mather

Juri Nummelin: A Hearse for Cinderella and Epitaph for Joanna by Hartley Howard; Howard entry by Nummelin at Thrilling Detective

James Reasoner: Claiming of the Deerfoot by Peter Dawson (Jonathan Glidden)

Karyn Reeves: The Man Who Won the Pools by J.I.M. Stewart

Gerard Saylor: West Texas Kill by Johnny D. Boggs

Ron Scheer: Pine Valley by Lewis B. France; The Wonderful Country by Tom Lea

TomCat: Le Diable de Dartmoor (aka The Demon of Dartmoor) by Paul Halter

Prashant Trikannad: The End of Time by Wallace West

Yvette Banek: Skullduggery by William Marshall


neer said...

Here's mine:

A review of Anthony Gilbert's Clock in the Hat-Box

Elisabeth Grace Foley said...

I'm back with an entry this week—The Flirt by Booth Tarkington.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, folks! And welcome back, Elisabeth!

Scott Cupp said...

Nothing from me this week, Todd. Been busy and not feeling well. BAck next week.

Nick Jones (Louis XIV, the Sun King) said...

Many thanks for the link, Todd. I've added a link back in the post.

J F Norris said...

Drat, those cut and paste errors! Here's the correct link for my contribution today:
The Gold of Malabar by Berkely Mather

Todd Mason said...

Sorry you're not feeling well, Scott...may things improve quickly. Thank you, Nick and John...I think I might've posted yours at about the time your were fighting with links.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, sorry I'm late again this week. I have dared to post sf by Wallace West, a story I thought was very well written. Many thanks...

Todd Mason said...

How *dare* you, Prashant? Actually, West had what seemed to young me a ridiculously long career...I read one of his last publications during his lifetime, newly published in FANTASTIC in 1978...while he first hit newsstands no later than 1927, with a WEIRD TALES contribution. Nowadays, a 50+ year career seems not that surprising, among writers who've lived long enough...

Yvette said...

My entry is finally up on the blog, Todd. Now to check out what everyone else has done.

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, Yvette!