Friday, July 25, 2014

Friday's "Forgotten" Books: the links

Filling in this week and next for Patti Abbott...if I've missed you book, or someone else's, please let me know in comments...thanks!  

Todd Mason (and there definitely might be a few more added over the course of the day...very slow web connection this morning/aft slowed delivery today...sorry about that!)

Sergio Angelini: Shroud for a Nightingale by P.D. James

Yvette Banek: 

Joe Barone: Mind Scrambler by Chris Grabenstein

Brian Busby: The Temple on the River [aka Les Écœurants] by Jacques Hébert [trans. Gerald Taaffe];

Ingluvin magazine, No. 2, Spring 1971

Bill Crider: 500 Essential Cult Books: The Ultimate Guide by Gina McKinnon with Steve Holland

William Deeck: First Come, First Kill by Francis Allan

Martin Edwards: The Young Vanish by Francis Everton

Curt Evans: Gold Coast Nocturne [aka Dead on the Level] by Helen Nielsen

Ed Gorman: The Dead Beat by Robert Bloch

Rich Horton:  The Haunted Bookshop by Christopher Morley

Jerry House: The Mind Parasites by Colin Wilson

Allen J. Hubin: Vane Pursuit by Charlotte MacLeod; Fangs of the Hooded Demon by Geoffrey Marsh

Randy Johnson: The Crime of the French Cafe as by Nicholas Carter; Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak, The Night Stalker: Cry of Thunder by Joe Gentile, Andy Bennett & Carlos Magno

Nick Jones: Lucifer by Eddie Campbell, Phil Elliott and Paul Grist

Tracy K: The Crow Trap by Ann Cleeves

George Kelley: Horror: 100 Best Books edited by Kim Newman and Stephen Jones

Margot Kinberg: enabling in mystery novels

Rob Kitchin: Cross of Iron by Willi Heinrich

Marvin Lachman: Death in the Rain by Frank Parrish

K. A. Laity: Wodehouse: A Life by Robert McCrum

B.V. Lawson: Death of a Dutchman by Magdalen Nabb

Evan Lewis: The Convertible Hearse by William Campbell Gault

Neer: The Human Factor by Graham Greene

John F. Norris: Death on Tiptoe by R. C. Ashby

John O'Neill: To Here and the Easel by Theodore Sturgeon (an abridged UK variant of The Worlds of Theodore Sturgeon)

Patrick Ohl: The Death of Laurence Vining by Alan Thomas (hosted at Kevin Tipple's blog)

J. Kingston Pierce: Mystery Magazine

James Reasoner: Move Along, Stranger by Frank Castle

Karyn Reeves: The Doors of Sleep by Thurman Warriner

Peter Rosovsky: The Mad and the Bad by Jean-Patrick Manchette

Ron Scheer: Main-Travelled Roads by Hamlin Garland

Jack Seabrook: "Death of the Kerry Blue" by Henry Slesar (Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, November 1968)

"TomCat": The Locked Room by P. J. Bergman

Prashant Trikannad: "The Dunwich Horror" by H.P. Lovecraft; The Hell Raisers (aka Saddle Pals) by Lee Floren

David Vineyard: The Unseen Hand by Clarence H. New; three British story-paper novels

Keith West: The Sorceror's Ship by Hannes Bok

A. J. Wright: Starett by Arthur V. Deutcsh


Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks for doing the honours today Todd - greatly appreciated!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks for contributing, Sergio! (And I see your post will definitely fit in with Tuesday's A/V, as well)

Kelly Robinson said...

Thanks for collecting the links!

Todd Mason said...

You're welcome...congratulations on your ?television crime re-enactment debut?!

George said...

We all appreciate you filling in for Patti, Todd! Keep up the Good Work!

Todd Mason said...

It's a pleasure...particularly when everything is working properly...

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, many thanks for compiling all the FFB links and adding my brief about Lovecraft. I didn't know until I read it on Patti's blog. In fact, I filed my FFB post earlier this week (adding the link to your blog only yesterday) in case I ran out of time later. It is THE HELL RAISERS by Lee Floren and the post link is —

I'll keep you posted about next week's entry too. Have a great weekend, Todd.

Todd Mason said...

Sorry, Prashant...didn't dig back far enough!

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

No problem, Todd. I posted the review much early. Some excellent choice of books for review this Friday and I hope to read some of them over the weekend.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Thanks, Todd!!

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Patti. Hope you had some good hunting and dipping in, Prashant.