[PW] FRIDAY'S "FORGOTTEN" BOOKS AND MORE: the links to the reviews: 30 August 2019

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 30 19:07:26 PDT 2019


The links to his week's reviews are posted at this link:https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/08/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_30.html
Patricia Abbott: Blackwater by Kerstin Ekman (translated by Joan Tate) 

Stacy Alesi: The B List: Fiction Review 1983-2013 

Kingsley Amis: Thrilling Wonder Stories, 1984 and all..., Science Fiction News, September 1960

Brad Bigelow: Letters Home edited by Mina Curtiss 

Les Blatt: The Rubber Band by Rex Stout; Rcket to the Morgue by "Anthony Boucher" (William White) 

Elgin Bleecker: Gumshoe Blues by Paul D. Brazill

Joachim Boaz: Future without Future by Jacques Sternberg (translated by Frank Zero)

Brian Busby: M'Lord, I Am Not Guilty by Frances Shelley Wees 
Bill Crider: The Splintered Man by "M. A. Chaber" (Kendall Foster Crossen)

Martin Edwards: The Double Agent by John Bingham 

Barry Ergang: 15 Seconds by Andrew Gross 

Will Errickson: The Bog by Michael Talbot; The Witches novels by "James Darke" (Laurence  James); Robert Arthur Smith novels 

José Ignacio Escribano: Tragedy at Law by Cyril Hare; "The Oblong Box" by Edgar Allan Poe (Godey's Lady's Book, September 1844, edited by Sarah Josepha Hale) 

Curtis Evans: the works of Elizabeth Fenwick  

Olman Feelyus: The Long-Legged Fly by James Sallis; The Kif Strike Back by "C. J. Cherryh" (Carolyn J. Cherry) 

Ray Foster: Colette: You Don't Have to Say You Love Me by Abigail Summer 

Paul Fraser: 1944 Retro-Hugo Ballot: Conjure Wife and Gather, Darkness! by Fritz Leiber, et. al. 

Adam Gopnik: "A Traveler at Forty: Paris!" by Theodore Dreiser (The Century Magazine, October 1913, edited by Robert U. Johnson)

John Grant: The Amber Fury (aka The Furies) by Natalie Haynes; Beyond All Reasonable Doubt by Malin Persson Giolito (translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles); Death Going Down by María Angélica Bosco (translated by Lucy Greaves) 

Aubrey Hamilton: The Fourteenth Trump by Judson Philips; A Stillness in Bethlehem by "Jane Haddam" (Orania Papazoglou) 

Bev Hankins: Dr. Fell, Detective and Other Stories by John Dickson Carr 

Rich Horton: The World Between and Other Stories and Monsters in Orbit, and The Narrow Land by Jack Vance; Yellow Dog by Martin Amis; Chris Willrich stories; "The Jungle" by Melissa Caitlin Horton (Whitman, now) 

Jerry House: Max Allan Collins: A Long Time Dead (with Mickey Spillane); Quarry in the Black; Quarry's Climax; Fate of the Union and Executive Order (with Matthew V. Clemens); Better Dead; and commentary, with George Hagenaur, in Men's Adventure Magazines; Phantom Lady, June 1948, written by Ruth Roche (possibly) and illustrated by Matt Baker 

Gabino Iglesias: Old Bones by Aaron Elkins

Kate Jackson: Murder Can Be Fun by Fredric Brown; The Kill Fee by Fiona Veitch Smith 

Tracy K: Death in Amsterdam by Nicolas "Freeling" (Davison); Innocence; or, Murder on Steep Street by Heda Margolius Kovaly (translated by Alex Zucker)

Colman Keane: Nightshades by Bill Pronzini 

George Kelley: Ellery Queen's Grand Slam: 25th Annual Mystery Anthology edited by "Ellery Queen" (Frederic Dannay, the editing half of the duo) 

Joe Kenney: California Hit by Don Pendleton; Kingdom of Royth by "Jeffrey Lord" (in this case, Roland Green) 

Rob Kitchin: Assembly of the Dead by Saeida Rouass

B. V. Lawson: Wycliffe and the Three-Toed Pussy by W. J. Burley  

Xavier Lechard: "Anthony Boucher" v. Had I But Known...

Evan Lewis: The Mark of Zorro by Johnston McCulley 

Steven Lewis: A Lovely Night to Kill by D. Miller Morgan; "The China Cottage" by August Derleth, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, March 1965, edited by G. F. Foster; Fisherman's Bend by Linda Greenlaw 

James McGlothlin: The Best of Raymond Z. Gallun edited by J. J. Pierce

John F. Norris: Death at "The Bottoms" by A. B. Cunningham 

Matt Paust: Oregon Hill by Howard Owen 

Craig Pittman: Meet Me at the Morgue by "Ross Macdonald" (Kenneth Millar)

James Reasoner: Stool Pigeon by Louis Malley 

Richard Robinson: Robert A. Heinlein: the YA novels ranked (or, as they were known then, the Juveniles)  

Sandra Ruttan: Every Fear by Rick Mofina

Hank Phillippi Ryan: A Dark-Adapted Eye by "Barbara Vine" (Ruth Rendell)

Gerard Saylor: A Painted Goddess by Victor Gischler

Jack Seabrook: "Thanatos Palace Hotel" by Andre Maurois (Candide, 1937; in translation in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, February 1952) 

Jack Seabrook and Peter Enfantino: Warren Comics: November 1967-January 1968 and the Best of 1964-67

Steven H Silver: Donald Grant: Fantasy Newsletter, Donald M. Grant, Publisher and other work; "Sandkings" by George R. R. Martin, OMNI, August 1979, edited by Ben Bova

Victoria Silverwolf: Fantastic: Stories of Imagination, September 1964, edited by Cele Goldsmith Lalli 

Kerrie Smith: The Mistletoe Bride by Kate Mosse 

Duane Spurlock: The Ruthless Men by Lewis B. Patten

Dan Stumpf: The Steel Mirror by Donald Hamilton

"TomCat": The Night of Fear by "Moray Dalton" (Katherine M. Renoir); The Army Post Murders by Mason Wright

David Vineyard: The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas (pere) (as translated by Robin Buss)
Bill Wallace: Evergreen Review, November-December 1959, edited by Barney Rosset
Mark Yon: New Worlds SF, October 1964, edited by Michael Moorcock
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