Friday, November 18, 2011

The Summing Up, Friday, November 18, 2011

The Summing Up, Friday, November 18, 2011

P. Abbott, Mucho Mojo, Joe R. Lansdale
Yvette Banek, Monkeewrench, P.J. Tracy
Joe Barone, Rashomon Gate, I. J. Parker
Bill Crider, Hopscotch, Brian Garfield
Scott Cupp, Hot Time in Old Town, Mike McQuay
Martin Edwards, Plain Murder, C.S. Forester
Cullen Gallagher, Death Wish, Brian Garfield
Ed Gorman, Conan Doyle, Detective, Peter Costello
Jerry House, Flesh and Blood. ed. Max Allan Collins and Jeff Gelb
Randy Johnson, The Last Good Kiss, James Crumley
George Kelley, Hadon of Ancient Opar, Philip Jose Farmer
Margot Kinberg, The Bushman Who Came Back, Arthur Upfield
B.V. Lawson, Troublemaker, Joseph Hansen
Doug Levin, Ross Thomas
Evan Lewis, Hawks of the Seas, Will Eisner
Steve Lewis, The Murder of Miranda, Margaret Millar
Todd Mason, You're All Alone, Fritz Leiber
J.F. Norris, A Few Friends to Tea, Virginia Coffman
Richard Pangburn, Blood Type, Stephen Greenleaf
David Rachels, Memory of Passion, Gil Brewer
James Reasoner, Wild to Possess, Gil Brewer
Richard Robinson, Satan in St. Mary's, Paul Doherty
Gerard Saylor, Ask the Parrot, Richard Stark
Kerrie Smith, Sherlock Holmes Investigates the Murder in Euston Square, Ronald Pearsall
Ron Scheer, Skins, Adrian Lewis
Kevin Tipple/Barry Ergang, The Five Silver Buddhas, Harry Stephen Keeler
TomCat, Mourned on Sunday, Helen Reilly
Jim Winter, See Them Die and Lady, Lady, I Did It, Ed McBain
John W. Hammett Homicides, Dashiell Hammett

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I've read a lot of this group - 10 I believe - so obviously I approve of this week's choices! Crumley's THE LAST GOOD KISS is definitely my favorite of his books, with one of the best openings of any book, ever.

Jeff M.