Patricia Abbott: Five Novels about Mothers and Daughters
Sergio Angelini: Nothing Can Rescue Me by Elizabeth Daly
Mark Baker: Lullaby Town by Robert Crais
Joe Barone: Fighting Chance by Jane Haddam
Elgin Bleecker: The Crooked Frame by William P. McGivern
Brian Busby: Night of the Horns and Cry Wolfram by Douglas Sanderson (Sergio Angelini previously)
Bill Crider: Pay the Devil by Jack Higgins
William Deeck: The Puzzle of the Silver Persian by Stuart Palmer
Martin Edwards: The House by the River by A. P. Herbert
Curt Evans: Women Writers and Detectives in Nineteenth-Century Crime Fiction: The Mothers of the Mystery Genre by Lucy Sussex
Charles Gramlich: Heroika: Dragon Eaters edited by Janet O. Morris
John Grant: Stranger at Home by Leigh Brackett (ghost-written for George Sanders)
Dashiell Hanmett (hosted by Evan Lewis): Four Books Reviewed, notably The Noose by Philip MacDonald
John Hegenberger: Columbo: The Hoffa Connection by William Harrington
Rich Horton: Ellen Adair by Frederick Niven
Jerry House: If This Goes On edited by Charles Neutzel
Randy Johnson: 2 Guns for Hire by Neil MacNeil (Todhunter Ballard)
Nick Jones: A Dog's Ransom by Patricia Highsmith (and John F. Norris last week)
George Kelley: I Spy: Message from Moscow by Brian Keith
Margot Kinberg: The Harbour Master by Daniel Pembrey
Robert Kitchin: The Sittaford Mystery by Agatha Christie
B. V. Lawson: Dover One by Joyce Porter
Steve Lewis Midnight Sailing by Lawrence G. Blochman; Rosarito Beach by M. A. Lawson
Rod Lott: Killer Year edited by Lee Childs
John F. Norris: Scarecrow by Eaton K. Goldthwaite
John O'Neill: The Secret Books of Paradys (tetralogy) by Tanith Lee
James Reasoner: Gone North by Charles Alden Seltzer
Karyn Reeves: The Premier by Georges Simenon (translated by Daphne Woodward)
Richard Robinson: Diamond Head by Charles Knief
R. T.: The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters
Kevin Tipple: Fragment by Warren Fahy
"TomCat": The Case of the Sharaku Murders by Katsuhiko Takahashi (translated by Ian MacDonald)
TracyK: A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin
|not a science fiction novel|
Yvette Banek: Lost Horizon by James Hilton
I couldn't find a way to e-mail you, but I've got one to add as well. Lullaby Town by Robert Crais: http://carstairsconsiders.blogspot.com/2015/06/book-review-lullaby-town-by-robert.html
Could you please add my FFB?
Night of the Horns/Cry Wolfram by Douglas Sanderson
Yep, the very same book that was reviewed by Sergio last week. Who says great minds don't think alike?
Hey, Todd. Thanks for including my review. Technically, I didn't have one for FFB today.
Todd, I'm at our Florida retreat where we have no internet service. Had to hunt down a public place with Wi-Fi in order to post this week's entry for Friday Forgotten Books.
And here it is: Scarecrow by Eaton K. Goldthwaite
Thanks for subbing on "linking duty" this week!
Todd – Please, if you could, include my post about William P. McGivern’s The Crooked Frame in this week’s FFB. Thanks very much. – EB
My link is not linkable for some reason. I'm trying again without the italics.
Scarecrow by Eaton K. Goldthwaite
Love that Leguin cover Todd - thanks chum.
Thanks for filling in for Patti while she takes the Big Apple by storm, Todd. Thanks, too, for catching the error in my post.
I have my post up just now, Todd. Better late than never I suppose. :) Thanks for hosting in Patti's place.
Thanks to all of you, folks...and sorry I was away on errands at mid-day. Brian, as Bev Hankins notes on Sergio's blog, the woman on the cover of the Stark edition seems rather badly put back together...as Sergio notes, as if the painter Francis Bacon had painted the cover (perhaps she and not the weight of the work at hand is what has the Pope shouting).
And thanks to all of you for your comments and offers. It's no burden to cover FFB, though other tasks can be time-consuming.
Todd, link on second one, the Crais review, leads to Evan Lewis blog instead......
Also, did you see my email to you re: Wilson?
Thanks, Richard...and I have now. (In re the monthly Underappreciated Music lists we do here as well as Overlooked A/V and the odd Forgotten Books...).
Thanks again for pitch-hitting for Patti while she's on her Book Tour. You do good work!
Thanks, George...and happy FD!
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