Friday, July 04, 2014

Friday's Forgotten Books-Abreviated Fourth Version


Joe Barone, THE OLD FOX DECEIVED, Martha Grimes
Brian Busby, CANADA, Brian Moore and editor of LIFE
Bill Crider, THE READER"S GUIDE TO BARSOOM AND AMTOR, Van Arnam et all
Ed Gorman, Sarah Weinman, Dorothy HughesCurt Evans, Josephine Tey
Rick Horton, THE WOMAN IN QUESTION, John Reed Scott
Jerry House, HOUND DUNNIT, edited by Asimov et al
Randy Johnson, PEACEMAKER RAWHIDE, Clifford Blair
Nick Jones, ASTRO CITY CONFESSION, Busiek, Anderson and Ross
Margot Kinberg, THE HEALER, Antti Tuomainen
Rob Kitchin,THE GIGOLO MURDER, Mehmet Murat Somer
B.V. Lawson, FOURTH OF JULY mysteries
Evan Lewis, RING AROUND ROSIE, William Campbell Gault
Steve Lewis/Allen J. Hubbin, THE RUSSIA HOUSE, John LeCarre
Brian Lindenmuth, CRUISERS, Craig Nova
Todd Mason, SUPERNATURAL FICTION WRITERS: CONTEMPORARY FANTASY AND HORROR 2nd Edition, edited by Richard Bleiler 
Richard Robinson, BIBLIOHOLISM, Ton Rabe
Gerard Saylor, FIFTY TO ONE, Charles Ardai
Ron Scheer,  TALES FROM CORRAL FENCES, John Duncklee; DESIRE OF THE MOTHS, Eugene Manlove Groves
Kevin Tipple, RED, WHITE AND BLUE MURDER, Bill Crider
TomCat, THE CAMERA CLUE, George Harmon Coxe


7 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Abbreviated perhaps, but a nice variety. And thanks for including my post. :-)

Todd Mason said...

I'm always more surprise by who drops out with the holidays (Canada Day! Little Firebombs Day!) than who contributes, but that's just obsessivness...here, at last, is mine for this low-attendance(?) week:

SUPERNATURAL FICTION WRITERS: CONTEMPORARY FANTASY AND HORROR 2nd Edition, edited by Richard Bleiler (Scribners 2003)

Todd Mason said...

Even more surprised...or is that mroe...

Charles Gramlich said...

I've got that reader's guide to barsoom!

Kevin R. Tipple said...

We never go anywhere so we are usually here for the holidays.

Ron Scheer said...

Here's another really forgotten one: http://buddiesinthesaddle.blogspot.com/2014/07/eugene-manlove-rhodes-desire-of-moth.html

Todd Mason said...

Denny Lien noted that Bill Crider's link is dead...I've just gotten to that mail message from the 4th...sigh.