Friday, June 14, 2019

FRIDAY'S "FORGOTTEN" BOOKS AND MORE: the links to reviews: 14 June 2019

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.

Patricia Abbott: Landscape with Fragmented Figures by Jeff Vande Zande

Hepzibah Anderson and John O'Neill: Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner

Pritpaul Bains: The Day of the Jackal by Frederick Forsyth

Brad Bigelow: Journey through a Lighted Room by Margaret Parton

Les Blatt: A Knife for Harry Dodd by George Bellairs

Joachim Boaz: Seconds by David Ely; Daybreak on a Different Mountain by Colin Greenland 

John Boston: Amazing: Fact and Science Fiction Stories, July 1964, edited by Cele Goldsmith Lalli

Ben Boulden: A Talent for Killing (including Deadman's Game) by Ralph Dennis

Brian Busby: The Black Donnellys by Thomas P. Kelley

Martin Edwards: Goodbye, Friend by Sébastien Japrisot (translated by Patricia Allen Dreyfus)

Peter Enfantino: Atlas (pre-Marvel) horror comics: June 1952

Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: DC war comics, February 1975

Will Errickson: In a Lonely Place and Why Not You and I? by Karl Edward Wagner

José Ignacio Escribano: Maigret in Vichy by Georges Simenon (translated by Ros Schwartz)

Curtis Evans: Who wrote which of the "Patrick Quentin"/"Q. Patrick"/"Jonathan Stagge" novels

Olman Feelyus: Horizon by Helen MacInnes

Paul Fraser: Famous Fantastic Mysteries, August 1946, edited by Mary Gnaedinger (The Twenty-Fifth Hour by Herbert Best and a short story by Bram Stoker); The Great SF Stories 11 (1949) edited by Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg

John Grant: Summer of the Big Bachi by Naomi Hirahara; Silk by Alessandro Barrico (translated by Guido Waldman)

Aubrey Hamilton: The Cat Screams by Todd Downing

Rich Horton: Kate Wilhelm short fiction; The Accidental Time Machine by Joe Haldeman

Jerry House: Three by Kuttner by Henry Kuttner (edited and introduced by Virgil Utter)

Kate Jackson: The Strange Case of Harriet Hall by "Moray Dalton" (Katherine Dalton Renoir); Appointment with Yesterday by Celia Fremlin

Tracy K: The Dusty Bookcase by Brian Busby

Colman Keane: Snout by Tim Stevens

George Kelley: The Golden Age of Science Fiction by John Wade; Best Seller: A Century of America's Favorite Books by Robert McParland

Joe Kenney: Hickey & Boggs by Philip Rock (from the script by Walter Hill); Revenge at Indy by "Larry Kenyon" (Lew Louderback)

Rob Kitchin: London Rules by Mick Herron

Kate Laity: "Rabbit in a Trap" by Sandra Seamans

B. V. Lawson: The Saint in Europe by Leslie Charteris; Exeunt Murderers: The Best Mystery Stories of Anthony Boucher by "Anthony Boucher" (William White)

Fritz Leiber: "Try and Change the Past" (Astounding Science Fiction, March 1958, edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.)

Evan Lewis: A Badge for a Badman by "Brian Wynne" (Brian Garfield)

Steve Lewis: The Dark Kiss by Douglas Enefer; Joy House by "Day Keene" (Gunard Hjertstedt) 

John F. Norris: The Sealed Room Murder by Michael Crombie

Matt Paust: The Everrumble by Michelle Elvy

James Reasoner: Tall, Dark and Dead by Kermit Jaediker

Richard Robinson: Starman Jones by Robert Heinlein

Janet Rudolph: Crime Fiction for Father's Day

Gerard Saylor: Bluebird, Bluebird by Attica Locke 

Steven H Silver: Heavy Metal magazine, edited by Sean Kelly, Valerie Merchant, Ted White et al.

Kerrie Smith: A High Mortality of Doves by Kate Ellis

Duane Spurlock: Santa Fe Passage by "Clay Fisher" (Henry Wilson Allen)

Bruce Sterling et al.: Cheap Truth, the cyberpunk, etc. fanzine

Kevin Tipple: Oregon Hill by Howard Owen

"TomCat": Damning Trifles by Maurice C. Johnson 

Matthew Wurtz: Galaxy Science Fiction, August 1954, edited by H. L. Gold


Jack Seabrook said...

Thanks, Todd, for including us each week!

Todd Mason said...

You're quite welcome, and continuing thanks...including weekly contributions on a weekly basis is all part of the service...