[PW] FRIDAY'S "FORGOTTEN" BOOKS AND MORE: the links to reviews: for Banned Books Week: 27 September 2019

Todd Mason foxbrick at yahoo.com
Sat Sep 28 11:00:04 PDT 2019


The links to this week's reviews;https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/09/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_28.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, and particularly this week, as we celebrate Banned Books Week...
Also of note, a film a still featuring the recently late writer Carol Emshwiller and two of her and filmmaker/visual artist Edmund Emshwiller's children...as a new exhibit and retrospective of Emshwiller's film, video and still visual art will soon be on display in Philadelphia...
Patricia Abbott: Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín 

Stacy Alesi: The H List: Fiction Reviews 1983-2013  

Brian Attebery: "The Day Before the Revolution" by Ursula K. Le Guin, Galaxy Science Fiction, August 1974, edited by James Baen

Brad Bigelow: Not Tonight by Kathleen Sully

Paul Bishop: Skywald western comics 

Les Blatt: The Puzzle of the Happy Hooligan by Stuart Palmer; A Puzzle for Fools by "Patrick Quentin"

Joachim Boaz: Frontera by Lewis Shiner  

Brian Busby: No Tears for Goldie by "Jack C. Fleming" (Thomas P. Kelley) 

Steve Carper: Buck Rogers, the newspaper comic strip, by Phil Nowlan and Dick Calkins

Martin Edwards: Hand of Fate by Michael Underwood  

Peter Enfantino and Jack Seabrook: Warren horror comics, July-October 1968, edited by Archie Goodwin 

Barry Ergang: Fever Dream by Dennis Palumbo

Will Errickson: Valley of Lights by Stephen Gallagher 

José Ignacio Escribano: Inspector French's Greatest Case by Freeman Wills Crofts 

Curtis Evans: Raymond Chandler on British crime fiction 

Olman Feelyus: The End of the Night by John D. MacDonald; The Wanderer by "Alain-Fournier" (Henri-Alban Fournier)(translated by Frank Davison) 

Paul Fraser: New Worlds SF, September 1965, edited by Michael Moorcock 

John Grant: Salvation of a Saint by Keigo Higashino (translated by Alexander O. Smith); Ripper by Isabel Allende (translated by Ollie Brock and Frank Wynne); Homicide Trinity by Rex Stout 

Aubrey Hamilton: Appleby's Answer by "Michael Innes" (John Innes Mackintosh Stewart); Up in Smoke by Charlotte Weir

Bev Hankins: The Two-Pound Tram by "William" (aka Kenneth) Newton; The Fate of the Immodest Blonde by "Patrick Quentin" (this time, Hugh Wheeler and Richard Webb) 

Rich Horton: The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov among other novels in contention for the Hugo and Nebula Awards in 1973; The Beasts of Kohl by "John Rackham" (John Phillifent); A Planet of Their Own by John Brunner; Hazard by Jo Beverly; Andy Duncan short fiction 

Jeanne at Bristol, VA, Public Library: If Cats Disappeared from the World by Genki Kawamura (translated by Eric Selland)

Jerry House: The Diploids by Katherine MacLean; Super Detective Library #74 (1955?): Sherlock Holmes: "The Thames Afire" and "A Scandal in Bohemia" (comics adaptations, the former an original story)

Kate Jackson: It Walks By Night by John Dickson Carr; The Hooded Gunman: An Illustrated History of Collins Crime Club by John Curran 

Tracy K: Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons: Snowblind by Ragnar Jónasson (translated by Quentin Bates) 

Colman Keane: The Friends of Eddie Coyle by George V. Higgins

George Kelley: Norman Rockwell's America; Freedom and Its Betrayal: Six Enemies of Human Liberty by Isaiah Berlin 

Joe Kenney: Logan's Search by William F. Nolan;
Goodnight, L. A. by Ken Hartman 

Rob Kitchin: The Abrupt Physics of Dying by Paul Hardisty

Nick Kolakowski: A Dance at the Slaughterhouse by Lawrence Block 

Derek Kunsken: Great History of Comics Books by Ron Goulart  

B. V. Lawson: Morse's Greatest Mystery and Other Stories by Colin Dexter 

Des/DF Lewis: Black Static and Interzone, September-October 2019, edited by Andy Cox

Evan Lewis: "Robots Can't Lie" by Robert Leslie Bellem, Fantastic Adventures, July 1941, edited by Raymond Palmer

Steve Lewis: The Bigamist by John Jay Chichester 

John O'Neill: The Opener of the Way (and the House of the Hatchet paperback partial reprint) by Robert Bloch 

Matt Paust: Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China by Jung Chang

James Reasoner: Tough as Nails by Fletcher Nebel

Richard Robinson: City of Corpses by Norvell Page 

Sandra Ruttan: The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas; Banned Books Week 

Gerard Saylor: Kidnap & Ransom by Michelle Gagnon

Jack Seabrook: "Dry Run" by Norman Struber, Manhunt, April 1956, edited by "N. King"

Steven H Silver: "Songbird" by Orson Scott Card (Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact, September 1979, edited by Stanley Schmidt); Betty and Ian Ballantine

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

Kerrie Smith: Sleeping Partner by James Humphreys

Scott Tipple: JLA: Earth 2 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely

"TomCat": Where There's a Will by "Kip" Chase (Travett C. Chase) 

Bill Wallace: Way Out: A History and Episode Guide to Roald Dahl's Spooky 1961 Television Program by Martin Grams; Evergreen Review, March-April 1960, edited by Barney Rosset; Candy by Terry Southern and Mason Hoffenberg 

Sarah Waters: suggested ghost stories (with reviews from Ed Gorman, Bill Crider and a number of other stalwarts, some still with us...)
Todd Masonhttps://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/09/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_20.html 
https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/09/fridays-forgotten-books-and-more-links_13.html 

https://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2019/08/diane-monroe-and-her-quartets-and-more.html 




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