Sergio Angelini: The Bald Bowelero by "I. Retru Grade"
Joe Barone: August Heat by Andrea Camilleri
Les Blatt: The Corpse Steps Out by "Craig Rice"
Brian Busby: Poems by Ethel Ursula Foran; inept ebook packaging
Bill Crider: 2 Guns for Hire by "Neil MacNeil" (W. T. Ballard)
William Deeck: The Capital Murder by James Z. Alner
Martin Edwards: Murder at Broadcasting House (aka London Calling) by "Holt Marvell" (Val Gielgud and Eric Maschwitz)
Barry Ergang (hosted by Kevin Tipple): Ghost Town Gold by William Colt MacDonald
Curt Evans: Murder Can Be Fun by Fredric Brown
Ed Gorman: Erle Stanley Gardner
Josef Hoffmann: 12 anthologies of hardboiled and noir stories: Hard-Boiled edited by "Jack Adrian" and Bill Pronzini, et al.
Randy Johnson: Dark Woods by Jay Kumar
Nick Jones: Stick by Elmore Leonard
George Kelley: The Book of Ptath (aka [in one edition] Two Hundred Million A.D.) by A. E. Van Vogt
Rob Kitchin: Little Criminals by Gene Kerrigan
Evan Lewis: "Hell with the Lid Lifted" by Carroll John Daly
Steve Lewis: A Morbid Taste for Bones by Ellis Peters
Neer: Espresso Tales by Alexander McCall Smith
John F. Norris: Subject--Murder by Clifford Witting
James Reasoner: Skyrocket Steele by Ron Goulart
Karyn Reeves: The Law by Roger Vailland
Gerard Saylor: A Cold Day in Paradise by Steve Hamilton
Michael Slind: Knots and Crosses by Ian Rankin
Kerrie Smith: The Easy Sin by Jon Cleary
"TomCat": Darkness at Pemberley by T.H. White
Prashant Trikannad: Mandrake the Magician and The Phantom: racist threads in comic strips
"Zybahn": The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
and...Patti Abbott: "A Poem to Get Rid of Fear" by Joy Harjo...Patti will host the links again next week.
Some suspense-fiction anthologies
Fantasy: beyond and alongside Tolkien, among his peers
Humor: funny papers
Todd, thanks for hosting FFB and the link to my post.
As always, Prashant, you're welcome, and thank you, as well, for contributing to the roundelay!
Thank you for the link, Todd, but my review of The Night Circus is not an FFB review. The book is a recent bestseller & it will be years before it will be forgotten (& once forgotten will hopefully remain that way).
Fair enough! But even "bestsellers" are often quickly "forgotten"...particularly when they aren't really so much bestselling as what the publishers and the NYT decide deserves to be.
But of course, Patti. Thank you.
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