Friday, August 08, 2008

The Summing Up, Friday, August 8, 2008

Thanks so much to Brian, who did such a great job. Any errors/omissions here will be corrected when I return to my own desktop computer. Laptops befuddle me.

Patti Abbott, Beyond the Bedroom Wall, Larry Woiwode

Stephen Blackmoore, The Adventures of Pinocchio, Carlo Collodi

Victoria Blake, The Wasp Factory, Ian Banks

David Cranmer, By Line: Ernest Hemingway, William White

Bill Crider, Stone Angel, Marvin H. Albert

Damon, A Spell for Chameleon's Piers Anthony & The Sleeping Dragon, Joel Rosenberg

Ed Gorman, The Blank Wall, Elizabeth Sanxay Holding

Charles Gramlich, Kyrik, Warlock, Warrier

Lesa Holstine, The Lily Bard Books, Charlaine Harris

Randy Johnson, Conjure Wife, Fritz Leiber

B.V. Lawson, Los Alamos, Joseph Kanon

Brian Lindenmuth, Homicide A Year on the Killing Streets, David Simon

Terrie F. Moran, Adams vs. Jefferson: The Tumultuous Election, John Firling

Steve Mosby, Balling the Jack, Frank Baldwin

Juri Nummelin, Root of Evil, James Cross

Ian Rankin, I Was Dora Suarez, Derek Raymond

Darlene Ryan, The Jessica James Mysteries, Meg O"Brien

Sandra Ruttan, Polly Deacon series, H. Mel Malton

Will Thomas, The Big Bow Mystery, Israel Zangwill

Robert Ward, They Don't Dance Much, James Ross

Sharon Wildwood, Chosen for Death, Kate Flora

Woodstock, Stay of Execution, Stewart Alsop


J. Kingston Pierce said...

Whoops, Patti. You missed Will Thomas writing about Israel Zangwill's The Big Bow Mystery in The Rap Sheet.


pattinase (abbott) said...

I had in on my list but I HATE laptops.

Anonymous said...

I find I can't get over the pad instead of the mouse, when using laptops...seems so much more clumsy.

Elizabeth Sanxay Holding, for Ed Gorman's. Thanks to John Boston pointing it out on ABE Books, I was able to pick up the Unicorn Book Club omnibus that includes an ESH novel, Fredric Brown's THE FAR CRY, a decent Mike Shayne by Dresser, and the odd sf mystery MURDER IN MILLENNIUM VI by the otherwise utterly obscure Curme Gray.

Randy Johnson said...

Charles Gramlich has a Forgotten Book over at Razored Zen.