Sanford Allen: NASA research database
Sergio Angelini: Money, Money, Money by "Ed McBain" (Evan Hunter); Kiss Kiss Bang Bang by Mike Ripley
Yvette Banek: The Burning of Billy Toober by Jonathan Ross
Joe Barone: A History of God by Karen Armstrong
Les Blatt: Body Unidentified by John Rhode
Elgin Bleecker: No Beast So Fierce by Edward Bunker
John Boston: Amazing: Fact and Science Fiction Stories, April 1962, edited by Cele Goldsmith
Brian Busby: Frustration by Henry C. Clayton
Bill Crider: Virgin Cay by Basil Heatter; The Space Magicians edited by Alden H. Norton and Sam Moskowitz; The Secret History of Wonder Woman by Jill Lepore
William Deeck: The Lion's Mouth by James Corbett
Martin Edwards: Journal by Kate Paul; The Arsenal Stadium Mystery by Leonard R. Gribble
Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: DC war comics, April/May 1969
Barry Ergang: Drum Beat--Marianne by Stephen Marlowe (hosted by Kevin Tipple)
Curt Evans: Blood and Judgment by Michael Gilbert
C. C. Finlay: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, October 1956, edited by Anthony Boucher
Fred Fitch: The Road to Ruin by Donald Westlake
Paul Fraser: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, February 1952, edited by Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas
Barry Gardner: A Beautiful Death by S. T. Haymon
Charles Gramlich: The Bane of Kanthos by Alex "Dain" (Alex Lukeman)
John Grant: The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches from the Front Lines by Michael T. Mann
Rich Horton: Point Ultimate by Jerry Sohl
Jerry House: Scared Shirtless: Thirteen Spooky Stories by R. M. Sebastian
Tracy K.: The Hunter by "Richard Stark " (Donald Westlake)
George Kelley: Rock and Roll is Here to Stay edited by William McKeen; The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen by Hope Nicholson
Joe Kenney: The Executioner: Vegas Vendetta by Don Pendleton; Death List by Ronald Casler
Margot Kinberg: Never Buried by Edie Claire
Rob Kitchin: After the Fire by Jane Casey
Richard Krauss: Suspense Magazine, Summer 1951, edited by Theodore Irwin
B. V. Lawson: Windy City by Hugh Holton
Evan Lewis: The Maltese Falcon comics adapted from Dashiell Hammett's novel, illustration by Rodlow Willard (continued)
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Steven Lewis: Ransome's Move by Kyle Hollingshead; The House without a Door by Elizabeth Daly; "Ballots and Bandits" by Keith Laumer (Worlds of If, September/October 1971, edited by Ejler Jakobsson); Jemez Brand by L. L. Foreman; The Lady in the Morgue by Jonathan Latimer
Marcia Muller: Green for Danger by Christianna Brand
John ONeill: the fiction of E. Hoffmann Price
Matt Paust: Reykjavik Nights and Into Oblivion by Arnaldur Indridason (both translated by Victoria Cribb)
James Reasoner: Flash Casey, Hard-Boiled Detective by George Harmon Coxe; Triple Western, April 1953, edited by G. B. Farnum
Gerard Saylor: Recipes for Love and Murder by Sally Andrew
Victoria Silverwolf: Fantastic: Stories of Imagination, April 1962, edited by Cele Goldsmith
Sorry I didn't have anything for you this week, Todd, I've been "under the weather" and just couldn't pull it together.
All sympathies, Rick. Not moving so quickly myself. Feel better soon.
You're doing a great job pitch-hitting for Patti Abbott, Todd! Keep up the good work!
Thanks for including us once again, Todd.
Todd - Thanks for doing FFB this week.
Thanks, folks. It's been a strange week...hence another delayed A/V. Here comes FFB...
Thanks for pinch hitting for Patti, yet again, Todd. You do such a thorough job. Please add my contribution for this week. I'm back in the saddle (so to speak):
The Thing in the Brook by Peter Storme
Oh, is it "pitch-hitting"? Huh. All these years I've said pinch hitting... I'm just an ignoramus when it comes to baseball (and all professional sports, for that matter). I thought of the term without even realizing that George beat me to it. And he did it correctly.
Well, the term is actually "pinch-hitter" (since one is usually helping out in a pinch), but pitch would certainly make more immediate sense...and, thanks!
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