Friday, July 1, 2016

Friday"s "Forgotten" Books: the links to reviews and more

The weekly assembly of reviews and citations of books and related literature not yet or no longer given much attention, or at least usually less than they deserve. Hosted usually by founder Patti Abbott, who will resume doing so next week. 

Sergio Angelini: Of All the Bloody Cheek et seq. by Frank McAuliffe

Yvette Banek: To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis

the Bare Bones quartet: EC Comics, April 1951

Les Blatt: Calendar of Crime by "Ellery Queen"

Elgin Bleecker: A Man Called Spade by Dashiell Hammett

Brian Busby: Exodus/UK by Robert Rohmer

David Cramner: The Naked Sun by Isaac Asimov (JF Norris's 2011 review)

Bill Crider: Jackstraw by Ron Faust

Scott A. Cupp: The Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer

William F. Deeck: Fatal Venture (aka Tragedy of the Hollow) by Freeman Wills Crofts; Shadow on the Water by Elizabeth Cadell

Martin Edwards: Murderer at Large by Donald Landels Henderson; A Graveyard to Let by "Carter Dickson" (John Dickson Carr); Ricki Thomas
Barry Ergang: Kindly Dig Your Grave and Other Wicked Stories by Stanley Ellin (hosted at Kevin Tipple's blog)

Will Errickson: The Year's Best Horror Stories, Series VII, edited by Gerald W. Page (the series)

Curt Evans: The Conqueror Inn by E. R. Punshon

Fred Fitch: Tomorrow's Crimes by Donald Westlake

Elizabeth Foxwell: Westminster Detective Library, curated by Leroy Lad Panek and Mary Bendel-Simso

Paul Fraser: Science Fantasy #68, edited by Kyril Bonfiglioli and Keith Roberts

Adam Gee: All Fall Down by James Leo Herlihy

John Grant: The Comfort of Strangers by Ian McEwan

Rich Horton: 200 Years to Christmas by J. T. McIntosh; Rebels of the Red Planet by Charles Fontenay; The City of Lillies by Anthony Pryde and R. K. Weekes

Jerry House: "Mistrust, or Blanche and Osbright" by Matthew Gregory Lewis

Tracy K.: Murder Among Friends by "Elizabeth/E.X. Ferrars"

George Kelley: Beyond the Aquila Rift: The Best of Alistair Reynolds edited by Jonathan Strahan and William Schafer

Margot Kinberg: Dead Angler by Victoria Houston

Rob Kitchin: A Killing Frost by R. D. Wingfield

Richard Krauss: The Continental Op by Dashiell Hammett (edited by "Ellery Queen"/Frederic Dannay)(Bestseller Mystery #62)

B. V. Lawson: A Dram of Poison by Charlotte Armstrong

Jonathan Lewis: "Aylmer Vance and the Vampire" by Alice and Claude Askew; "The Woman with the Velvet Collar" by Gaston Leroux

Steve Lewis: Operation Counterpunch by Dan J. Marlowe; Who is the Next? by Henry Kitchell Webster; Emerald Flash by Charles Knief

Todd Mason: Speaking of Horror: Interviews with Writers of the Supernatural by Darrell Schweitzer et al. (Milford Series #48)

John F. Norris: The Third Eye by Ethel Lina White

John O'Neill: The Best Science Fiction of the Year #4 edited by Terry Carr (useful, some when finally revised, comments follow, by half-asleep me among others more coherent)

Mathew Paust: Waltzing Cowboys by Sarah Collins Honenberger

Mildred Perkins: Leviathan Wakes by "James S. A. Corey" (Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck)

James Reasoner: The Man from Nowhere by T. T. Flynn

Richard Robinson: Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger

Gerard Saylor: Black Horse Creek by Charles G. West

Steve Scott: "You Remember Jeanie" by John D. MacDonald

Kerrie Smith: The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery

Kevin Tipple: "You Can Call Me Lucky" by Lawrence Block

Prashant Trikannad: Patricia Abbott


Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Todd, thanks for including the link to Patti's interview. I have great fun doing the blogger (and author) interviews. I don't know when I'm going to find time to read the reviews of all these eclectic books.

Todd Mason said...

Not at all, Prashant...and one reads the ones that particularly catch the eye...and then goes onto others if and when one wants to!