Saturday, March 4, 2017

Friday's "Forgotten" Books (and magazines and stories): the links to the reviews for 3 March 2017--more new links

Patti Abbott should be picking up the gathering of links duty again next Friday, though as always it's a pleasure to put these lists together (if a time-consuming one). This week, Hammett's The Thin Man just narrowly edges out several other strong contenders for being the least Forgotten. And if I've missed your or someone else's review for this week, please let me know in comments or via email or FB. Thanks, everyone.  TM

Frank Babics: Long Grey Beard and Glittering Eye edited by Rob Redman

Yvette Banek: The Empty House by Michael Gilbert

Les Blatt: The Thin Man by Dashiell Hammett

Elgin Bleecker: "Three-Ten to Yuma" (Dime Western Magazine, March 1953) by Elmore Leonard

John Boston: Amazing: Fact and Science Fiction Stories, March 1962, edited by Cele Goldsmith

Brian Busby: In Quest of Splendour by Roger Lemelin

Don Coffin: The Bookseller by Mark Pryor

Bill Crider: The Pale Door by "Lee Roberts" (Robert Martin); Red Sky at Morning by Richard Bradford

Martin Edwards: Buried for Pleasure by Edmund Crispin

Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: EC Comics, September 1952

Will Errickson: Obelisk by Eren M. Ehly

Paul Fraser: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December 1951, edited by Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas

Barry Gardner: Half-Hearted Detective by Milton Bass

John Grant: Who Pays the Piper? by Patricia Wentworth

Woody Haut: The Art of the Blues by Bill Dahl; Blues Unlimited by Bill Greensmith, Mike Rowe and Mark Camarigg

Rich Horton: Sea Siege and Eye of the Monster by "Andre Norton" (Alice Norton)

Jerry House: The World of Science Fiction 1926-1976: The History of a Subculture by "Lester del Rey" (Leonard Knapp); Captain Midnight, March 1947, edited by Will Lieberwson and Roy Ald

Tracy K.: Flowers for the Judge by Margery Allingham

Vince Keenan: The Origin of Evil by "Ellery Queen" (Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee) 

George Kelley: Brood of the Witch Queen and The Quest of the Sacred Slipper by Sax Rohmer

Joe Kenney: The Mammoth Book of Pulp Fiction edited by Maxim Jakubowski

Margot Kinberg: River of Darkness by Rennie Airth

Rob Kitchin: Tears of the Giraffe by Alexander McCall Smith 

Richard Krauss: CrimeLab Mystery Magazine, December 1954, edited by Bradford Chambers and C.S. Green

B. V. Lawson: Through a Glass, Darkly by Helen McCloy

Steve Lewis: Black Aura by John Sladek; Death in Albert Park by "Leo Bruce" (Rupert Croft-Cooke); The Chill by "Ross Macdonald" (Kenneth Millar)

Colin McGulgan: Death in the Tunnel by "Miles Burton" (Cecil John Street aka "John Rhode" as hosted by Sergio Angelini); also at McGulgan's own blog

Marcia Muller: End of Chapter by Nicholas Blake

Neer: 13 most disappointing books

John F. Norris: Cat Out of Hell by Lynn Truss; Requiem at Rogano by Stephen Knight

Thomas Parker: cross-referencing some of the best in fantastic fiction

Matt Paust: Henry and Clara by Thomas Melton

Mildred Perkins: The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons by Sam Kean

James Reasoner: Ladies of Chance by "Anthony Scott" (Davis Dresser)

Richard Robinson: short stories

Gerard Saylor: The Morgue and Me by John C. Ford

Victoria Silverwolf: Fantastic: Stories of Imagination, April 1962, edited by Cele Goldsmith

Dan Stumpf: The Bloody Spur by Charles Einstein

Kevin R. Tipple: Some Like It Hot-Buttered by Jeffrey Cohen

"TomKat": Death from Nowhere by Clayton Rawson (originally as by "Stuart Towne")

"Samuel Wilson": "Girl for No Man's Land" by Joseph Chadwick (Ranch Romances, First August Number, 1953, edited by Fanny Ellsworth)


George said...

Todd, thanks again for substituting for Patti Abbott. Hosting FFB takes time and effort and we all appreciate you for stepping in and doing a great job!

J F Norris said...

Thanks for subbing again, Todd, and for including my post on Cat Out of Hell. But my actual FFB post this week is on a truly forgotten book. I just finished proofing and adding the pictures. Please update my link with this info: Requiem at Rogano by Stephen Knight

Todd Mason said...

Thanks, George.

Adding now, John...sorry I didn't see this till now..

TracyK said...

Thanks for pulling these together, Todd, and for including my link. Some very interesting books in that list.

Todd Mason said...

Always, Tracy. Thank you.

Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Todd!

Todd Mason said...

A very solid issue of DIME WESTERN, the one with the Leonard story:

Dime Western Magazine [v63 #2, March 1953] (Popular Publications, Inc., 25¢, pulp)
Details supplied by Tom Daniels.
6 · In the Saddle · [The Editor] · cl
8 · Custer’s First Stand · Frederic James · ar
10 · Montana Man! · George C. Appell · nv
26 · Eight’s a Crowd · M. Kane · ms
27 · Three-Ten to Yuma · Elmore Leonard · ss
37 · Tailor-Made Cows · Allan K. Echols · ar
38 · Gunsmoke Market · William E. Cook · nv
50 · The Hunter and the Hunted · Van Cort · ss
60 · Somebody Dies Tonight! · Dane Gregory · ss
70 · Killers Wait in Gunlock! · H. A. DeRosso · nv

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Jack.

Elgin Bleecker said...

Todd - thanks for hosting FFB again!

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Elgin.

neer said...

Thanks Todd for putting together this list and including my post in it.

Mathew Paust said...

You're a good man, Todd Mason. Thanks!

R.T. said...

Thank you for help out with such a valuable service; the weekly banquet is something I really look forward to each Friday.
Best wishes from an old blogger with a new blog:

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, folks.