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

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Fri May 25 09:26:01 PDT 2018

This week's books (and more) in review, with links to the reviews at Patrica Abbott's blog:https://pattinase.blogspot.com/2018/05/fridays-forgotten-books-may-25-2018.html
And sparing a thought for the gravely ill Pat Lupoff, co-editor of XERO, a founding fanzine for comics fandom, her husband Richard Lupoff, and their family and friends.

Yvette Banek, THE HENCHMEN OF ZENDA, KJ Charles
Les Blatt, FIRE IN THE THATCH, E.C.R. Lorac 
Elgin Bleecker, THE MEN FROM THE BOYS, Ed Lacy 
Brian Busby, MY LADY GREENSLEEVES, Constance Beresford-Howe 
Kate Jackson/Cross-Examining Crime, WEEKEND AT THRACKLEY, Alan Melville 
Curtis Evans, SWING, SWING TOGETHER, Peter Lovesey 
Rich Horton, THE CHAUFFEUR AND THE CHAPERON, C. N. and A. M. Williamson Jerry House, TRIGGER LAW, "Jackson Cole"
Nick Jones, A WORLD OUT OF TIME, Larry Niven; ANVIL OF STARS, Greg Bear; STARSHIP TROOPERS, Robert A. Heinlein; et al. 
George Kelley, WAYWARD GIRL and THE WIDOW, Orrie Hitt 
Margot Kinberg, A RISING MAN, Abir Mukerjee 
Rob Kitchin, THE KEPT WOMAN, Karen Slaughter 
BV Lawson, THIS ROUGH MAGIC, Mary Stewart 
"le0pard13": THE NINTH CONFIGURATION, William Peter Blatty
Evan Lewis, BILL CRIDER'S Intro to THE BODY LOOKS FAMILIAR and THE LATE MRS. FIVE by Richard Wormser
Steve Lewis hosting Barry Gardner, CROOKED MAN, Tony Dunbar 
Todd Mason, STREET & SMITH'S DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE, September 1946, edited by Daisy Bacon; ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE, September 1945, edited by Frederic Dannay; NEW WORLD WRITING 16: Tillie Olsen, Thomas Pynchon, Anne Sexton, Kingsley Amis, et alia...edited by Stewart Richardson and Corlies M. Smith 
Matt Paust, TRAITOR'S PURSE, Margery Allingham 
James Reasoner, WAYWARD GIRL, Orrie Hitt 
Richard Robinson, WHAT I READ, Part 5 
Gerard Saylor, MONTANA HITCH, Richard Wheeler 
Kerrie Smith, THE SANS PAREIL MYSTERY, Karen Charlton 
Kevin Tipple hosting Aubrey Hamilton, A LITTLE DARLING, DEAD, "Jack S. Scott" (John Escott) 
"TomCat", THE MISADVENTURES OF ELLERY QUEEN, ed. Josh Pachter and Dale Andrews
Tracy K, Patricia Wentworth
--Todd Masonhttp://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2018/05/ffm-street-smiths-detective-story.html

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