[PW] Friday's "Forgotten" Books and More: the links to the reviews: 21 June 2019

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 23 10:37:42 PDT 2019


https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_22.html
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. And Evan Lewis and Robert Napier want you to hear Bill Crider, as Billy Boy and the BBs, performing "Don't Be Cruel" and "Blue Suede Shoes"... 
Brian Bigelow: Night Shift and It Was Different at the Time by Inez Holden

Les Blatt: Music Tells All by E. R. Punshon

Elgin Bleecker: The Mask of Dimitrios by Eric Ambler

Joachim Boaz: Emphyrio by Jack Vance; Mindship by Gerard F.. Conway 

Joe Bonadonna: Dystopian fiction, by J. G. Ballard among others 

Ben Boulden: Overkill by Vanda Symon

Allison Brennan: Promised Land by Robert B. Parker

Carla Buhlert: The Valley of Creation and Outside the Universe by Edmond Hamilton; Escape Around the Cosmosby Gardner F. Fox

Martin Edwards: Obelists Fly High by C. Daly King

Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: Warren Comics, January/February 1967 

Will Errickson: The Doll Who Ate His Mother by Ramsey Campbell

José Ignacio Escribano: The Clocks by Agatha Christie

Paul Fraser: Tor.com Short Fiction, March/April 2019, edited by Ellen Datlow, George R. R. Martin and Cory Skerry

John Grant: Black Widow (aka Fatal Woman) by "Patrick Quentin" (in this case, Richard Webb and Hugh Wheeler); Who Else but She? (aka Black Widow) by S. Fowler Wright

Aubrey Hamilton: The Cursing Stones Murder by George Bellairs

Rich Horton: Doom Castle by Neil Munro; Ruled Britannia and short fiction by Harry Turtledove; The Gold Bug Variations by Richard Powers; Amsterdam and On Chesil Beach by Ian McEwan

Jerry House: Murder of a Wife by Henry Kuttner (and Catherine L. Moore)

Kate Jackson: Wall of Eyes by Margaret Millar; Murder in the Mill Race by E. C. R. Lorac; Agatha Christie: Investigating Femininity by Merja Makinen 

Tracy K: The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson; Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie

Colman Keane: The Music of What Happens and Death and the Language of Happiness by John Straley

George Kelley: The Great SF Stories 10 (1948) edited by Isaac Asimov and Martin H. Greenberg

Joe Kenney: The Last Ranger #7: The Vile Village by "Craig Sargent" (Jan Stacy); Circle of Iron by Robert Weverka (loosely based on a film script by Bruce Lee and Stirling Silliphant) 

Rob Kitchin: Finding Nouf by Zoë Ferraris 

B. V. Lawson: Through a Glass, Darkly by Helen McCloy

Evan Lewis: Screen Oddities by Roscoe Fawcett; "The Davy Crockett Mystery" drawn by Kurt Schaffenberger, Forbidden Worlds, December 1955, edited by Richard Hughes; "The Phantom Detective" (comics debut of pulp character) by "Robert Wallace" and Everett Hibbard, Thrilling Comics, April 1946, edited (?) by Ned Pines

Steve Lewis: The Brave, Bad Girls by Thomas B. Dewey; "The Small Assassin" by Ray Bradbury, Dime Mystery, November 1946, edited by Rogers Terill; Blood Standard by Laird Barron; "Adrift Among the Ghosts" by Jack Chalker (first published in his collection Dance Band on the Titanic); "The Unicorn's Daughter" by Edward D. Hoch, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, January 1982, edited by Cathleen Jordan

John F. Norris: Seven Clues in Search of a Crime by Bruce Graeme
 
John O'Neill: Out of the Deeps by "John Wyndham" (John Benyon Harris); Gaslight, Ghosts and Ghouls by R. Chetwynd Hayes (edited by Stephen Jones)

Matt Paust: All That I Have by Castle Freeman, Jr. 

James Reasoner: Blood Trail by Gardner F. Fox; Peacemaker Award nominees

Richard Robinson: The Star Beast by Robert A. Heinlein

Gerard Saylor: Sins of the Father by Christa Faust

Jack Seabrook: "Three Wives Too Many" by Kenneth Fearing (Michael Shayne Mystery Magazine, September 1956 [first issue, before title-change], edited by Leo Margulies)

Victoria Silverwolf: Worlds of Tomorrow, August 1964, edited by Frederik Pohl

Kerrie Smith: Murder at the Manor edited by Martin Edwards

Kevin Tipple: Organized to Death by Jan Christensen

"TomCat": Hardly a Man is Now Alive by Herbert Brean

Lisa Yaszek: "Pelt" by Carol Emshwiller (The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, November 1958, edited by Robert P. Mills)

Todd Mason  http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/memorial-for-carol-emshwiller-27-june-1.html. http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_14.html. http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-bit-of-television-historynew-york.html  http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/underappreciated-music-may-and-bit-of.html  http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/06/folk-rock-with-strong-jazz-flavors.html 




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