|A 37th Anniversary...|
Victor Berch: Masterpieces of Mystery, assembled and condensed by Arthur B. Reeve
Bill Crider: A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny
Frank Cunningham: The Chinese Label by J. Frank Davis
William Deeck: A Blunt Instrument by Georgette Heyer
Martin Edwards: Arrogant Alibi by C. Daly King
Barry Ergang (hosted by Kevin Tipple): Fat Ollie's Book by Ed McBain
Curt Evans: 2013's Best Books Blogged
Ed Gorman and Bertil Falk: Leigh Brackett
Jerry House: Head Games by Christopher Golden
Margot Kinberg: Dead of Winter by P. J. Parrish
Rob Kitchin: Home Invasion by Patti Abbott
BV Lawson: Christmas crime fiction anthologies
Evan Lewis: Davy Crockett Christmas Book
Steve Lewis: Situation Tragedy by Simon Brett
Barry N. Malzberg: New American Review/American Review edited by Theodore Solotaroff
Walker Martin: The Pulp Collection, and its fate
Todd Mason: issues of Weird Tales edited by Dorothy McIlwraith and Fantastic Adventures edited by Howard Browne; Detective Story Magazine edited by Daisy Bacon and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine edited by Frederic Dannay (as EQ)
Neer: Outside the Box
Juri Nummelin: Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse by Victor Gischler
Ray O'Leary: Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years edited by Michael Kurland
John O'Neill: Nightmares by Robert Bloch
James Reasoner: The Emerald Land by "Livia James" (Livia Washburn and James Reasoner)
Karyn Reeves: The Eighth Circle by Stanley Ellin
Gerard Saylor: Pocket-47 by Jude Harlin
Ron Scheer: 10 Best Forgotten Books of 2013
Michael Slind: Recipe for Homicide by Lawrence G. Blochman
"TomCat": The Red Cavalier by Gladys Edson Locke
"Zybahn": The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares by Joyce Carol Oates
Hi Todd, I don't have an FFB this week having slowed down on my reading. I'll be in next week. Have a great weekend!
You, as well, Prashant! Looking forward to your contribution.
Mine is up now: HEAD GAMES by Christopher Golden.
Thanks for carrying the ball this week.
Thank you, Jerry!
Here's mine, very belatedly:
Thanks for posting the links. I have a lot of deadlines this week, so it might take me awhile to get through them.
Never a rush, Kelly! They should remain a while, one hopes. Hope you can contribute again when circumstances allow!
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