[PW] Friday's "Forgotten" Books and More: the links to the reviews: 31 May 2019

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Fri May 31 17:22:30 PDT 2019

This week dedicated to the memories of Sandra Seamans, Dennis Etchison and Anthony Price.


Patti Abbott: The Devil's Own Ragdoll by Mitchell Bartoy; Sandra Seamans, RIP

Frank Babics: The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury

Brad Bigalow: My Heart for a Hostage by Robert Hillyer

Les Blatt: The Clocks by Agatha Christie

Joachim Boaz: The 1972 Annual World's Best SF edited by Donald A. Wollheim

Ben Boulden: Lynched by Ed Gorman

Brian Busby: The Phantom Freighter by "Franklin W. Dixon" (in this case Amy McFarlane)

Bob Byrne: The Khoraja stories by Robert E. Howard and others

Martin Edwards: Anthony Price, RIP

Peter Enfantino: Atlas (proto-Marvel) Horror Comics: May 1952

Will Errickson: Dennis Etchison, RIP; Carnosaur by Harry Adam Knight

José Ignacio Escribano: The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt

Curtis Evans: Melora by Mignon G. Eberhart; "How to Stop Hitler" by "Q. Patrick" (Hugh Wheeler and Richard Webb)

Olman Feelyus: Queenpin by Megan Abbott

Jeremy Finley: Peter's Pence by Jon Cleary

Paul Fraser: Astounding Science-Fiction, December 1943, edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.

John Grant: The Black Book of Secrets by F. E. Higgins;The Murder of Ann Avery by Henry Kuttner (presumably with input from Catherine L. Moore)

James Wallace Harris: Phoenix among other books by Dorothy Mills

Rich Horton: The Girl's Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank; Needle, Iceworld and short stories by "Hal Clement" (Harry C. Stubbs); Mars Crossing and short fiction by Geoffrey Landis; A Posse of Princesses andSenrid by Sherwood Smith; Matthew Hughes stories; Nina Allan stories; Threshold Shift by Eric Brown

Jerry House: "The Bacteriological Detective" by Arthur B. Reeve, Cosmopolitan, February 1911, edited by C. P. Narcross; Captain Jet, May 1952, edited by Ruth Roche

Kate Jackson: ...And Presumed Dead by Lucille Fletcher; A High Mortality of Doves by Kate Ellis

Tracy K: Death Sends a Cable by Margaret Taylor Yates

Colman Keane: "The Ehrengraf Fandango" by Lawrence Block (LB Publications e-chapbook, 2014)

George Kelley: The Hugo Winners, Volumes 1 & 2, introduced by Isaac Asimov

Joe Kenney: Room at the Bottom by J. L. Potter; Mafia Women by "Joseph Cenni" (Miles Donis)

Rob Kitchin: A Decline in Prophets by Sulari Gentill

B. V. Lawson: The Yellow Turban by "Charlotte Jay" (Geraldine Halls)

Evan Lewis: Wild Times by Brian Garfield

Steve Lewis: "Half Past Fear" by John Jakes, Super Science Stories, August 1951, edited by Ejler Jakobsson; "Woman Missing" by Helen Neilsen, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, May 1960, edited by William Manners; Star Trek: The City on the Edge of Forever: The Original Teleplay comics magazine, August 2014, script by Harlan Ellison as adapted by Scott and David Tipton, illustrated by J. K. Woodward; "Persons or Things Unknown" by "Carter Dickson" (John Dickson Carr), The Sketch, Christmas 1938, edited by Bruce Ingram

Todd Mason: The Year's Best Horror Stories: Series VIIedited by Gerald W. Page

John O'Neill: Emergence by David R. Palmer; If This Goes On, anthologies edited by Charles Neutzel and by Cat Rambo

Matt Paust: Alligators at Night by Meg Pokrass

Tim Powers: "Who?" by Algis Budrys, Fantastic Universe, April 1955, edited by Leo Margulies

James Reasoner: Run the Wild River by D. L. Champion

Richard Robinson: The Rolling Stones by Robert A. Heinlein

Gerard Saylor: We Few: U.S. Special Forces in Vietnam by Nick Brokhausen; Storm of Steel by Ernst Jünger (translated by Michael Hoffman)

Jack Seabrook and Peter Enfantino: DC War Comics: January 1975

Victoria Silverwolf: Worlds of Tomorrow, October 1963, edited by Frederik Pohl

Kerrie Smith: Where the Dead Lay by David Levien

Kevin Tipple: The Splintered Paddle by Mark Troy

"TomCat": Moorden in Maastricht by "F. van Overvoorde" (F.A. Haak-Ochsendorf)

Lisa Yaszek: "Created He Them" by Alice Eleanor Jones,The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, June 1955, edited by "Anthony Boucher" (William White)

--Todd Mason 







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