Friday, June 01, 2012

The Summing Up, Fridayj June 1, 2012

MONKEY JUSTICE is selling for $.99 for the month of June. In fact, all SNUBNOSE PRESS books are too. Sweep 'em up.

A review of HEADHUNTERS is up on Crimespree Cinema.

Georges Simenon comes next for those who care to review his work.

How about July 20, 2012?
And Agatha in early September.

Patti Abbott, THE IRON GATES, Margaret Millar

Sergio Angelini, Do Evil in Return, Margaret Millar

Bookshop Blog, The Devil Loves Me, Margaret Millar

Brian Busby, Wall of Eyes, Margaret Millar

Ed Gorman, Mermaid, Margaret Millar

Jerry House, Vanish in an Instant, Margaret Millar

Randy Johnson, Fire Will Freeze, Margaret Millar

George Kelley, The Fiend, Margaret Millar

Margot Kinberg, Mermaid, Margaret Millar

B.V. Lawson, An Air That Kills, Margaret Millar

Steve Lewis, The Murder of Miranda, Margaret Millar

Jeff Meyerson, The Couple Next Door, Margaret Millar

J.F. Norris, A Stranger in My Grave, Margaret Millar

Juri Nummelin, The Listening Walls, Margaret MillarLink

Olman's Fifty, The Fiend, Margaret Millar

Deb Pfeifer, The Invisible Worm, Margaret Millar

James Reasoner, The Listening Walls, Margaret Millar

Richard Robinson, How Like An Angel, Margaret Millar

Other Links

Bill Crider, Mike Shayne's Mystery Magazine, 12/71

Scott Cupp, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, Daniel M. Pinkwater

Martin Edwards, The Reader is Warned, John Dickson Carr

Ed Gorman, Fright, Cornell Woolrich

Nick Jones, Cold Waters, P.M. Hubbard

Rob Kitchin, The Shark-Infested Custard, Charles Willeford

Evan Lewis, But Not the End, Frederick

Steve Lewis. Grave Undertaking, James McCahery

Todd Mason, Inside Outer Space, ed. Sharon Jarvis, Women of the Beat Generation, ed. Brenda Knight, the Monster Book of Zombies, ed. Stephen Jones

Terrie Moran, Grant: A Biography, William S. McFeely

Ron Scheer, Brown of Lost River, Mary Etta Stickney

Bill Selnes, Detective Inspector Huss, Helene Tursten

Michael Slind, Murder of Safari, Elspeth Huxley

Kerrie Smith, Flowers in the Rain, Rosamunde Pilcher

Kevin Tipple/Barry Ergang, Blue Chipper, Geoffrey Norman

TomCat, The Man Who Explained Miracles, Carter Dickson


Anonymous said...

July 19. Check. I put it on my calendar.

Anonymous said...

therbblWait a minute. July 19 is a THURSDAY. Did you mean July 20?

Anonymous said...

I found it interesting how little duplication of titles there was today.

I still am waiting for my Kindle to arrive (sorry, Rick) but as you know I already bought MONKEY JUSTICE.

Jeff M.

pattinase (abbott) said...

Thanks, Jeff. And me too. I expected more when compared to the last two we did.

Deb said...

I'll definitely do a Simenon for July 20. Count me in!

Todd Mason said...

Simenon, of course, is the easiest (theoretically) to Not Duplicate except for possibly John Creasey (particularly when we consider how much of, say, Robert Silverberg's prolificcacy was devoted to magazine articles and other non-book materials, compared to Simenon and Creasey's emphasis.

Todd Mason said...

). FWIW, I'm missing a link in the Round Up.

pattinase (abbott) said...

I'll catch it tomorrow.

George said...

I really enjoyed the reviews of Margaret Millar's work, Patti! Great choice! I'm sure all those reviews will spur more interest in her work. Sign me up for July 20 Simenon and September Agatha.

Margot Kinberg said...

Thanks so much for including my post in this very special group!