Friday, March 27, 2009

THE SUMMING UP, Friday, March 27, 2009

Sharon Olds reading.

Joe Barone, Around the World with Mrs. Polifax, Dorothy Gilman

Paul Bishop, The Vampirella Novels, Ron Goulart
Michael Carlson, I Should Have Stayed Home, Horace McCoy
Craig Clarke, White Star, James Thayer
Cathy Coles, Sharon Fiffer's Jane Wheel Mystery Series
David Cranmer, A Family Affair, Rex Stout
Bill Crider, An Eye for an Eye, John B. West
Martin Edwards, The Scoop, The Detection Club
Dave Fuller, War Music, Christopher Logue
Cullen Gallagher, 13 French Street, Gil Brewer
Ed Gorman, The Best 100 Crime and Mystery Books, HRF Keating
Matt Hilton, War Against the Mafia, Don Pendleton
Jerry House, The Steve-Sim Novels, August Derleth
Randy Johnson, Chiefs, Stuart Woods
George Kelley, From the Terrace, John O'Hara
PK, The Works of Janet Dawson

Judy Larsen, Crossing to Safety, Wallace Stegner
Todd Mason, The Unexpected, edited by Leo Marguiles
Steve Myall, Joe Blade. Matt Chisholm
Scott D. Parker, The Sins of the Father, Lawrence Block
Eric Peterson, The Last Days of Disco, Whit Stillman
Ray, Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, Alan Sillitoe
James Reasoner, Pushover, Orrie Hitt
Sandra Ruttan, The Long-Legged Fly, James Sallis
Kerrie Smith, Anatomy of a Murder, Robert Traver


Kerrie said...

We are really plumbing depths aren't we? So many of these are books I have never come across, let alone forgotten, but the posts make such good reading.

Ray said...

Bit late in the day but 'Saturday Night And Sunday Morning' now up on my blog

Todd Mason said...

Kerrie, we could get a Lot more obscure than we do...and even still emphasize good work. Which is rather sad, when one thinks of least in the implications for writers, generally...

Juri said...

Patti, it's no biggie, but I didn't mean to include the Chandler booklet as a Friday's Forgotten Book entry, and actually it isn't Chandler's screenplay issued as a book. It's heavily abridged retelling of the film.

(I was also able to find out where this thing came from. It's not American or British in origin, it's German. I'll be posting more about that later in Pulpetti.)