Friday, June 11, 2010

THE SUMMING UP, Friday, June 11, 2010

Ernest writing.

Please check out my latest movie review on CRIMESPREE CINEMA.

THE SUMMING UP, Friday, June 11, 2010

Paul Bishop, The World Cup Murder, Pele with Herbert Resnicow
Bill Crider, Embassy, Keith Laumer
Scott Cupp, Stress Patterns, Neal Barrett, Jr.
Pete Dragovich, The Mortal Nuts, Pete Hautman
Martin Edwards, Three Core Lead, Clare Curzon
Ed Gorman, Women of Wonder ed, Pamela Sargent
Jerry House, Lois the Witch, Mrs. Gaskell
George Kelley, their memory was a bitter tree, Robert E. Howard
Randy Johnson, The Death in the Willows, Richard Forrest
Leopard 13, Fail Safe, Eugene Harvey & Burdick Wheeler
Even Lewis, Murder in the Mudhouse, Jonathan Lattimer
Steve Lewis/David Vineyard, Midnight Plus One, Gavin Lyall
Brian Lindenmuth, Lethal Injection, Jim Nisbet, Circus Parade, Jim Tully, Shark-Infested Custard, Charles Willeford
Todd Mason, The New Age: Notes of a Fringe Watcher, Martin Gardner, The BS Factor, Arthur Herzog, Completely Doomed, ed. Anon
Jeff Meyerson, B Movies, Don Miller
Richard Prosch, Drygulch, Harry Whittington, First Blood, David Morrell, Infinity Beach, Jack
James Reasoner, Starhaven Ivar Jorgenson )Robert Silverberg)
Rick Robinson, The Detective in Hollywood, John Tuska
Kerrie Smith, Ask a Policeman, Detection Club
Steve Wylder, Up Til Now, Eugene McCarthy


Todd Mason said...

And, for mine, COMPLETELY DOOMED (ed. Anon, at least for now). Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Patti - I always appreciate this summing up - and the terrific contributions. Now if only my TBR pile weren't so big..... *sigh*

Charles Gramlich said...

I was just reading about Papa the other day.

Deb said...

It was a blast from the past to read Paul Bishop's review of MURDER AT THE WORLD CUP because my husband (a big sports fan) read a number of those MURDER AT THE [BIG SPORTING EVENT] books written (excuse me, co-written) by Herb Resnicow back in the day. Resnicow had a cottage industry of co-writing the books with a major athlete in the sport of the murder. After he read MURDER AT THE SUPERBOWL, which was co-written by Resnicow and football star Fran Tarkenton, my husband quipped, "I suspect the only writing Fran contributed to that book was his signature when he signed the contract."

pattinase (abbott) said...

My pile is bigger than yours, Margot. Oh, the guilt.
Sometimes you wonder if they even read the book, Deb. But this happens across the board I think. Politicians included.