[PW] Friday's "Forgotten" Books: the links to the reviews

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 23 09:48:41 PDT 2015


The links, and the text of Heath Lawrence's review of THE NAME OF THE GAME IS DEATH by Dan Marlowe, are at

http://pattinase.blogspot.com/2015/10/fridays-forgotten-books-october-23-2015.html

Sergio Angelini, A THREE-PIPE PROBLEM, Julian SymonsMark Baker, HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, Sir. Arthur Connan Doyle
Yvette Banek, MESSAGE OF THE MUTE DOG, Charlotte Murray Russell 
Joe Barone, DEADLY DANCE, M.C. Beaton

Les Blatt, THE CRYSTAL BEADS MURDER, Annie Haynes
Elgin Bleeker, 13 FRENCH STREET. Gil Brewer
Brian Busby, OUR LAST FAREWELL, Pierre Trudeau 
Bill Crider, DETECTIVE FICTION, ed. Robin Winks 
Scott Cupp,  PS Showcase #3: Mad Scientist Meets Cannibal by Robert T. Jeschonek
Martin Edwards, HENBANE, Catherine Meadows 
Curt Evans, THE LABOURS OF HERCULES, Agatha Christie; The Return of Harriet Rutland: Knock, Murderer, Knock! (1938), Bleeding Hooks (1940) and Blue Murder (1942) reissued by Dean Street Press
Ed Gorman, BLACK FRIDAY, David Goodis 
Rich Horton,  An Ace Double: Warlord of Kor, by Terry Carr/The Star Wasps, by Robert Moore Williams
Jerry House, STOWAWAY TO MARS, John Wyndham 
Nick Jones, VOTE X FOR TREASON, Brian Cleeve
George Kelley, CRIMES & MISFORTUNES: THE ANTHONY BOUCHER MEMORIAL ANTHOLOGY Ed. J. Francis McComas
Margot Kinberg, DOUBLE INDEMNITY, James Cain
B.V. Lawson,  Detective Fiction: Crime and Compromise, Dick Allen and David Chacko
Evan Lewis, THE VAMPYRE, John Polidori 
Steve Lewis, VANISHING LADIES, Ed McBain
Todd Mason, ILLITERATURE, Carol Lay 
Mathew Paust, A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND, Flannery O'Connor
Reactions to Reading, WINTER'S BONE, Daniel Woodrell 
James Reasoner, KINCADE'S LAST RIDE, Marshall Grover 
Gerard Saylor, THE SWEET FOREVER, George Pelecanos 
Westlake Review, TWO MUCH, Donald Westlake 
Kevin Tipple. MURDER TAKES A BREAK, Bill Crider 
TomCat, THE SEA MYSTERY, Freeman Willis Crofts 

TracyK, THE OLDE ENGLISH PEEP SHOW, Peter Dickinson 

--forwarded by Todd Mason
http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2015/10/tuesdays-overlooked-films-andor-other_20.html
http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2015/10/ffb-workers-write-tales-from-courtroom.html
http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2015/10/ffb-illiterature-by-carol-lay-boom-town.html


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