Friday, December 11, 2009

THE SUMMING UP, Friday, December 11, 2009

Sherlock and John Watson reading.

All of the last twenty months picks are here.
Next week is the regular fare. December 25th, no fare. January 1, no fare.
Back on January 8th.
I intended to post links on the 1 but I will be out of town and turning another year older and decided that was enough.

The Summing Up, Friday, December 11, 2009

Patti Abbott, The Five Little Peppers and How They Grew, Margaret Sidney
Paul Bishop, X Marks the Spy, Jack Laneer
Bill Crider, Joyce of the Secret Squadron, R. R. Winterbotham
Loren Eaton, The Prince in Waiting, John Christopher
Ray Foster, The Offenders, R.H. Ward
Ed Gorman, Bonjour Tristesse, Francoise Sagan
John Harvey, The Devil's Home on Leave, Derek Raymond
Jerry House, Five Thousand Miles Underground, Roy Rockwood
Randy Johnson, The Hardy Boys Series, Franklin W. Dixon
George Kelley, Mickey Mouse and His Space Ship, LITTLE GOLDEN BOOKS
B.V. Lawson, An Overview of Finding Books for Kids at Libraries
Evan Lewis, Have Gun Will Travel, Barlow Meyer; Maverick, Charles Combs, Zorro, Steve Frazee (Whitman Authorized Versions)
Todd Mason, My Brother Stevie, Eleanor Clymer, Voyager in Time, edited by Robert Silverberg, Alfred Hitchcock Monster Museum.
Jeff Meyerson, The Tomorrow Series, John Marsden
Terrie Moran, June B Jones books, Barbara Park and the YA books of Chris Grabenstein
Kent Morgan, The Southpaw, Donal Hamilton Haines
Scott Parker, The Sign of Four, Arthur Conan Doyle
Eric Peters, My Side of the Mountain, Jean Craghead George, Where the Red Fern Grows, Wilson Rawls
Laurie Powers, Man O'War, Walter Farley
James Reasoner, Freddy the Detective, Walter R. Brooks
Rick Robinson, Winnie the Pooh, The House at Pooh Corner, A.A. Milne
Kerrie Smith, The Amateur Cracksman, E.W. Hornung
R.T. Red Planet, Robert A. Heinlein


Todd Mason said...

Tweaks: VOYAGERS IN TIME, plural, for the Silverberg, and Robert Arthur was the editor of ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S MONSTER MUSEUM (possesive)...

R/T said...

"Turning another year older" is (to me) always more than enough. Let me be the first to say, "Happy Birthday!"

Richard Robinson said...

If you meant a birthday, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, if you meant the year itself was changing, HAPPY NEW YEAR (in advance). Either way I hope 2010 is a wonderful year for you, and that we keep FFB going, and going, and going...

pattinase (abbott) said...

Birthday, unfortunately. But thanks.