Friday, January 19, 2018

Friday's Forgotten Books, January 19, 2018


Yvette Banek, MYSTERY AT THE ORCHARD HOUSE, Joan Coggin
Les Blatt, THE SUNKEN SAILOR, Patricia Moyes
Brian Busby, The Work of Richard Rohmer
Martin Edwards, CLOSE QUARTERS, Michael Gilbert
Richard Horton, THE WINDS OF GATH, E.C. Tubb, CRISIS ON CHEVRON, Juanita Coulson
Jerry House, THE BEETLE HORDE, Victor Rousseau
George Kelley, THE AMERICAN FANTASY TRADITION, ed. Brian M. Thomsen
Margot Kinberg, SERGEANT CLUFF STANDS FIRM, Gil North
B.V. Lawson, A GENTLEMAN CALLED, Dorothy Salisbury Davis
Evan Lewis, NEVER SAY NO TO A KILLER, Clifton Adams
Steve Lewis, OF ALL SAD WORDS, Bill Crider
Todd Mason, HEAVEN AND HELL edited by Joan D. Berbrich, SUPERFICTION, OR THE AMERICAN STORY TRANSFORMED edited by Joe David Bellamy 
J.F. Norris, HEART TO HEART, Boileau and Narcejac
Matt Paust, WITHOUT A WORD, Carol Lea Benjamin
Reactions to Reading, WHEN TIME RUNS OUT, Elina Hiroven
James Reasoner, THE DEAD STAND-IN, Frank Kane
TomCat, The Roger Scarlett Mysteries, THE MAN IN THE MOONLIGHT, Helen McCloy
TracyK, GREY MASK, Patricia Wentworth

7 comments:

Margot Kinberg said...

Thanks for including my post, Patti!

BVLawson said...

Thanks, as always, for including my posts, Patti! The link goes to the image for the book, but the post link is an easy step over here: http://inreferencetomurder.typepad.com/my_weblog/2018/01/ffb-a-gentleman-called.html

Have a great deal, all!

Charles Gramlich said...

I always enjoy Fridays

Todd Mason said...

Here's mine...

HEAVEN AND HELL ed. by Joan D. Berbrich; SUPERFICTION, OR THE AMERICAN STORY TRANSFORMED ed. Joe David Bellamy 

Thanks, as always! The list looks like very neat work...particularly for so early in the morning!

Yvette said...

My post is now up, Patti. Welcome back and thanks.

J F Norris said...

Mine's up now. Will you please add it to the list? Thanks Patti.

Heart to Heart by Boileau & Narcejac

Gerard Saylor said...

I have nothing today. I've not sat down to type any thoughts on the two I recently finished.