Friday, November 02, 2012

The Summing Up, Friday, November 2, 2012

 A review of SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS is on Crimespree Cinema.

The Summing Up, Friday, November 2, 2012

Anthony Ambrogio, The Boys from Brazil, Ira Levin
Sergio Angelini, The Beast of the Camargue, Xavier Marie Bonnet
Joe Barone, The Sky Took Him, Donis Casey
Brian Busby, The Soul Eater, Thomas P. Kelley
Bill Crider, Angel, Gil Brewer
Martin Edwards, Dead Men's Morris, Glady Mitchell
Curt Evans, Sisters Are Doin' For Themselves: The Sisters of Cain, Mary Collins
Elisabeth Grace Foley, Poor Dear Margaret Kirby, Kathleen Norris
Ed Gorman, House of Flesh, Bruno Fisher
Jerry House, The Dead Boy Detectives, Jill Thompson
Randy Johnson, The Cutler Books, Part 2, H.V. Elkin
Nick Jones, Man Hungry, Alan Marshall
George Kelley, The Leiber Chronicles, ed. Martin Greenbert
Margot Kinberg, Blood and Groom, Jill Edmondson
B.V. Lawson, Aristotle Detective, Margare Doody
Evan Lewis, The Continental Op, Dashiell Hammett
Steve Lewis, The Affair of the 39 Cufflinks, James Anderson
Todd Mason, Ghost and Things ed, Hal Cantor; Alfred Hitchcock Presents Stories to Be Read
With the Door Locked, Harold Q. Masur
J.F. Norris, Someone Like You, Roald Dahl
Richard Pangburn, Heaven's Keep, William Kent Kruger
Deb Pfeifer, The Rules of the Game, Georges Simenon
James Reasoner, Flint, Gil Dodge (Arnold Hano)
Gerard Saylor, Multiple Man, Ben Bova
Ron Scheer, Woodsmen of the West, Martin Allendale Grainger
Michael Slind, Doll. Ed McBain
Kerrie Smith, The Scarlett Inheritance, Robert Ludlum
Kevin Tipple, The Surest Poison, Chester D. Campbell
Prashant Trikkanad, The Ninth Configuration, William Peter Blatty
TomCat, The Body Beautiful, Bill S. Ballinger
Zybahn, Children of the Night, John Blackburn


Todd Mason said...

Thanks as always, Patti, and glad they were able to fix your computer quickly. (Time to upgrade yet?)

Hal Cantor was the editor of GHOSTS AND THINGS; Harold Q. Masur was the editor of AHP: STORIES TO BE READ WITH THE DOOR LOCKED.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Patti, thanks very much for posting my link for this week's FFB.

Anonymous said...

Patti - Always so kind of you to include my posts - thanks :-).

Richard L. Pangburn said...

Late entry for this week:

William Kent Krueger's HEAVEN'S KEEP