Friday, August 10, 2012
Friday's "Forgotten" Books: The Links
Patti Abbott is recovering from la dolce vita up there yonder, so I'm hosting the links today, and Patti will have them for you again next Friday, barring the flood. And there might well be a few additions to the list here over the course of the day. Meanwhile, almost two citations of Red Scarf by Gil Brewer, two backhanded tributes to Michael Avallone, at least two werewolves, and two by "John Rhode" who was really John Street, though not the John Street who was the previous mayor of Philadelphia, just before the incumbent Michael Nutter, because Philly likes to have mayors whose names will amuse the English:
Sergio Angelini: The Long Wait by Mickey Spillane
Yvette Banek: Champagne for One by Rex Stout
Joe Barone: Ticked to Ride by Ed Gorman
Bob Briney: The Satan Sleuth #2: The Werewolf Walks Tonight by Michael Avallone
Bill Crider: Citizen in Space by Robert Sheckley
Scott Cupp: Mike Gonzo and the Sewer Monster by Bill Crider
William F. Deeck: Murder While You Wait by James Corbett
Michael Dirda: The Werewolf of Paris by Guy Endore
Martin Edwards: The Murders in Praed Street by John Rhode
Barry Ergang: The Red Scarf by Gil Brewer (see also: Steve Lewis, last week)
Curt Evans: The Bloody Tower (aka Tower of Evil) by John Rhode
Ed Gorman: The Money Trap by Lionel White
Jerry House: Tales for a Rainy Night edited by David Alexander
Allen J. Hubin: While the Cat's Away by Kinky Friedman
Randy Johnson: Double Share by Nathan Lowell
Nick Jones: Secret Ministry by Desmond Cory
George Kelley: The Hidden Hand by Carroll John Daly
Rob Kitchin: Day After Day by Carlo Lucarelli
Marvin Lachman: Mr. President, Private Eye edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Francis M. Nevins
B. V. Lawson: Death and the Sky Above by Paul Winterton
Evan Lewis: Black Wings Has My Angel by Elliott Chaze
Steve Lewis: Verdict in Blood by Gail Bowen
Neer: The Whispering House by Margaret Erskine
Francis M. Nevins: The Bowstring Murders by John Dickson Carr (as Carter Dickson)
John F. Norris: Stanley L. Wood, illustrator: Dr. Nikola by Guy Boothby; The Body Vanishes (aka Le crime de la maison Grün) by Jacquemard-Sénéca; The Craghold Creatures by "Edwina Noone" (Michael Avallone)
Juri Nummelin: Deadline for a Dream by Bill Knox; Gideon's Risk by John Creasey (as J. J. Marric)
James Reasoner: Wild Wives by Charles Willeford
Karyn Reeves: Appleby Plays Chicken by Michael Innes
Gerard Saylor: Trackers by Deon Meyer
Ron Scheer: The Coyote Tracker by Larry Sweazy (and interview); Wolfville by Alfred Henry Lewis
Kerrie Smith: Against the Grain and A Roman Death by Joan O'Hagan
Kevin R. Tipple: Microchick: Erotic Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror by Michael Bracken
TomCat: Dead Men's Morris by Gladys Mitchell
Prashant Trikannad: A Prayer for the Dying by Jack Higgins
Frank/"Zybahn": Unthology No. 1 edited by Robin Jones and Ashley Stokes
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Hi Todd, I've got a contribution this week at Casual Debris.
Indeed...thank you, Frank.
Mine's up. David Alexander's anthology TALES FOR A RAINY NIGHT.
Thanks, Jerry. In a rush, and Knew I was forgetting to check one of the regulars who didn't have something up last week...
Thanks, Todd, for linking to my piece on Stanley L. Wood, but the real FFB post for today is now up here.
The Body Vanishes (aka Le crime de la maison Grün) by Jacquemard-Sénécal
Just putting mine up, Todd.
Todd, I didn't know you were hosting FFB this week too. Thanks very much for including my post.
Thanks for the inclusion Todd - I just realised that Patti wasn't hosting this week and I have updated the post accordingly. Max Allan Collins just got in touch which was very, very nice of him.
Thank you, folks, and no need to thank me. Glad to have your contributions!
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