Friday, March 29, 2019

FRIDAY'S "FORGOTTEN" BOOKS AND MORE: the links to the reviews: 29 March 2019

image courtesy Paul Fraser
This week's books and more, unfairly (or sometimes fairly) neglected, or simply those the reviewers below think you might find of some interest (or, infrequently, you should be warned away from); certainly, most weeks we have a few not at all forgotten titles...if I've missed your review or someone else's, please let me know in comments...we've lost at least two blogs, though happily not their bloggers, since last week, including Margot Kinberg's impressive work of a decade's she turns to other work.

John Boston: Amazing: Fact and Science Fiction Stories, September 1963, edited by Cele Goldsmith Lalli

Ben Boulden: Riders of the Storm by Ed Gorman

Brian Busby: Canada Reads and its books

Martin Edwards: Murder Plan Six by John Bingham; "You Were Never Really Here" by Jonathan Ames

Peter Enfantino: Warren Comics, September 1965-February 1966

Will Errickson: Joyride by "Stephen Crye" (Ronald Patrick)

José Ignacio Escribano: Artists in Crime by Ngaio Marsh

Curtis Evans: The Counterfeit Murders by Victor MacClure

Olman Feelyus: Nine Coaches Waiting by Mary Stewart

Paul Fraser: The Great SF Stories 4 (1942) edited by Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg

John Grant: The Pursuit of Alice Thrift by Elinor Lipman; Final Theory by Mark Alpert

Aubrey Hamilton: So Pretty a Problem by Francis Duncan

Rich Horton: Elizabeth Hand's fiction; Ash: A Secret History by Mary Gentle; The Alternate Martians and Empress of Outer Space by A. Bertram Chandler; Wise Blood and The Violent Bear It Away by Flannery O'Connor; Crisis in 2140 and Uller Uprising by H. Beam Piper; the novels of Kim Stanley Robinson

Jerry House: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Winter-Spring 1950, edited by Anthony Boucher and J. Francis McComas

Kate Jackson: The Long Shadow by Celia Fremlin; Murder for Pleasure by Howard Haycraft; Crime in Good Company: Essays on Criminals and Crime Writing edited by Michael Gilbert; From Agatha Christie to Ruth Rendellby Susan Rowland

Tracy K: A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny; A Killing in Quail Country by Jameson Cole

Colman Keane: The Second Girl by David Swinson

George Kelley: Challenge the Impossible: The Final Problems of Dr. Sam Hawthorne by Edward D. Hoch

Joe Kenney: Radio Waves by Jim Ladd

B. V. Lawson: Shroud of Canvas by Isobel Mary Lambot

Evan Lewis: Baseball Comics #1 by Will Eisner, 1949; "The Culture Corner" by Basil Wolverton, Whiz Comics, 1945-46

Steve Lewis: Fast Fade by Arthur Lyons; "The Perfect Crime" by C. S. Montayne, Black Mask, July 1920, edited by F. M. Osborne

Megan Mitchell: Beast in View by Margaret Millar

David Nemeth: re/acquaintance with some of the western fiction canon

John F. Norris: The Case of the Gold Coins by Anthony Wynne

Matt Paust: Paris in the Dark by Robert Olen Butler

James Reasoner: The Gladiator #1: Hill of the Dead by "Andrew Quiller" (Laurence James)

Richard Robinson: The Smoke at Dawn by Jeff Shaara

Gerard Saylor: Check, Please! Book 1: #Hockey by Ngozi Ukazu

Jack Seabrook: "Father and Son" by Thomas Burke, Vanity Fair, August 1934, edited by Frank Crowninshield

Steven H. Silver: Omni magazine in 1979, edited by Kathi Keeton

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

Kerrie Smith: The Girl in the Photograph by Kate Riordan

Dan Stumpf: Canyon Passage by Ernest Haycox

Kevin Tipple: Warning Signs by Jan Christensen 


Rick Robinson said...

Who is the other besides Margot?

Todd Mason said...

R.T./Tim has deleted his blog yet again.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for putting together this week's selection.
-Gerard Who Cannot Get Login to Work.

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Gerard! Better luck...and you can enter yourself with Nam/URL, which tracks back to your blog...

TracyK said...

Thanks so much for putting this together, Todd. I miss Margot's blog already.

Todd Mason said...

Thank you, Tracy...I do, as well...

Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Todd! I want to check out that Eisner post. Looks interesting.

Todd Mason said...

You get very nearly the entire content of that first (and for decades only) issue of that magazine at Evan's post. And thank you.

OlmanFeelyus said...

Hey been seeing your posts on RARA-AVIS and realized my blog may qualify for your list.
Nice work and thanks!

Todd Mason said...

Thanks! I took a look...and a link...