Friday, April 10, 2015

Friday's Forgotten Books, Friday, April 10, 2014

I have to vacate the premises for six hours for a buyer inspection. Back tonight.

Sergio Angellini, FIRE WILL FREEZE, Margaret Millar
Joe Barone, GAME OF MIRRORS, Andrea Camilleri
Brian Busby, Edgar Allan Collard
David Cranmer, TOO LATE TO DIE, Bill Crider
Bill Crider, I'M OWEN HARRISON HARDING, James Whitfield Ellison
Martin Edwards. A SUSPENSION OF MERCY, Patricia HIghsmith
Curt Evans, 26 Classic Titles
Ed Gorman/Cullen Gallagher, CRUEL INTENTIONS, Vicki Hendricks
Patrick Murtha, CAPTAIN CAT, Robert Folles
John Hegenberger, SANTORINI, Alistair MacLean
Rich Horton , I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU, Ludwig Bemmelmans
Nick Jones, THE SECRET SERVANT, Gavin Lyall
George Kelley, DANGER IS MY BUSINESS, Lee Server
Margot Kinberg, OLD CITY HALL, Robert Rotenberg
B.V. Lawson, IS SKIN DEEP, IS FATAL H.R.F. Keating
Evan Lewis, PLAYBOY'S LITTLE ANNIE, Volume 1
Steve Lewis, SUNSET AND SAWDUST, Joe R. Lansdale
Todd Mason, SF HORIZONS, ed. Brian Aldiss et al
James Reasoner, HAMMETT, A LIFE AT THE EDGE, William F. Nolan
Richard Robinson, THE SLEUTH OF BAGDAD, Charles B. Child
Kerrie Smith, PAYING THE PIPER, Simon Wood
R.T. SPACE VULTURE. Wolf and Myers
Kevin Tipple.Barry Ergang, DROWNED HOPES, Donald Westlake
TracyK, MURDER ON LOCATION, Howard Engel
Prashant Trikannad, THE BLOOD OF THE FALLEN, James Reasoner


Todd Mason said...

Yowsa. Things are jumping. House sales do that.

Patrick Murtha has one:

Here is the link to my first Friday's Forgotten Book, Robert Holles's Captain Cat:

Todd Mason said...

Ha. I see it's up under Mark's real name.

Rick Robinson said...

Patti, I sent mine to you yesterday.

The Sleuth of Bagdad by Charles B. Child

Todd Mason said...

It's up, Richarrd...but there's a missing hard return between yours and the previous.

Rick Robinson said...

Thanks, Todd, I just looked down the left side of he column.

Patrick Murtha said...

Thanks so much for including me! All my Internet writing is under the Patrick Murtha moniker, so as to avoid confusion with the excellent film writer Mark Harris ("Pictures at a Revolution") and the earlier baseball novelist of the same name ("Bang the Drum Slowly").

Anonymous said...

I hope you get a quick and profitable sale, Patti! And thanks as ever for these links.

Charles Gramlich said...

Luck with all the moving stuff