Friday, November 28, 2008

The Summing Up, Friday, November 28, 2008


Naomi Hirahara reading.











If you are reading this and would like to write a review of a forgotten book sometime soon, please contact me. I try to come up with a few new names every week, but I may have missed yours. Or I may have tried to contact you and failed. It would be very nice if you got in touch with me.

Be sure to check out Paul Bishop who I unintentionally omitted today.

Forgotten Books for Friday, November 28, 2008


Paul Bishop, Casca-The Eternal Mercenary, Barry Sadler
Robin Burcell, "The Death In" books by M.M. Kaye
David Cranmer, The Big Westerner: A Max Brand Biography, Robert Easton
Bill Crider, Hardman#1 Atlanta Deathwatch, Ralph Dennis
Chris, Garfield at Large, Jim Davis
Gary Dobbs, Get Carter, Ted Lewis
Martin Edwards, The Girl Who Loved Crippen, Ursula Bloom
Charles Gramlich, The Secret of the Martian Moons, Donald A. Wolheim
Lesa Holstine, Pierre Chambrun series by Hugh Pentecost
Ali Karim, Salem's Lot, (The Illustrated Version) Stephen King
Dana Kaye, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky
Chris Knopf, The Grifters, Jim Thompson
Terrie F. Moran, My Antonia, Willa Cather
Edward Pettit, The Quaker City or The Monks of Monks Hall, George Lippard
James Reasoner, To Tame a Land, Louis L'Amour
Kerrie Smith, The Council of Justice, Edgar Wallace
Barrie Summy, The Nero Wolfe books, Rex Stout

1 comment:

Todd Mason said...

Always glad to see a predominance of actually obscure books. I often wonder if people who cite books that are still being assigned in high schools are quite getting the idea.