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

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Sun Jan 8 08:38:06 PST 2017


As usually, Patti Abbott hosts the links to the reviews below at her blog, and has a review of TONY AND SUSAN by Austin Wright as well: 
https://pattinase.blogspot.com/2017/01/fridays-forgotten-books-january-62017.html

Yvette Banek, THE MONUMENTS MEN, Robert M. EdselJoe Barone, VANE  PURSUIT, Charlotte MacLeod 
Elgin Bleecker, NEW YEAR'S EVE/1929, James T. Farrell 
Brian Busby, THE TRUDEAU PAPERS, Ian Adams
Bill Crider. MY TURN, John O'Hara
Martin Edwards, WHICH WAY CAME DEATH, Faith Wolseley
Richard Horton, THE COLLECTED TALES OF E.M. FORSTER
Jerry House, SURVIVAL...ZERO, Mickey Spillane
George Kelley. SECRETS OF THE WORLD'S BEST SELLING WRITER: ERLE STANLEY GARDNER, Francis L. & Roberta B. Fugate
Margot Kinberg, A THREE-PIPE PROBLEM, Julian Symons
B.V. Lawson, HABITS OF FEAR, Dorothy Salisbury Davis 
William F. Deeck, THE VALENTINE VICTIM, Douglas McLeish
Todd Mason, THE LONG GOODBYE, a 1972 draft of the screenplay by Leigh Brackett; BRASS KNUCKLES, Stuart Dybek
Steven Nester, DESERT TOWN, Ramona Stewart 
J.F. Norris, A CORPSE FOR CHRISTMAS, Henry Kane
Matt Paust, MATTAPONI QUEEN, Bella Boggs 
Reactions to Reading, CRIME OF THE FATHER, Thomas Keaneally
James Reasoner, ANGEL'S FLIGHT, Lou Cameron
Richard Robinson, TRANSFINITE: THE ESSENTIAL A.E VAN VOGT
Gerard Saylor, SWEET RIDE. Richard S. Prather 
Kerrie Smith, THE MADRAS MIASMA, Brian Stoddart
Kevin Tipple, OF ALL THE SAD WORDS, Bill Crider 
TomCat, THE MYSTERY OF THE LAUGHING SHADOW, Dennis Lynds
TracyK, CURSED TO DEATH, Bill Crider

--forward by Todd Mason

http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2017/01/ffbms-long-goodbye-1972-draft-of.html
http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2016/12/a-small-revelation-as-this-bad-year.html
http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2016/12/ffb-alfred-hitchcock-presents-stories.html
http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2017/01/saturday-music-club-in-new-year.htmlhttps://thewestlakereview.wordpress.com/2017/01/05/review-a-good-story-and-other-stories/


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