Friday, January 01, 2016

Friday's Forgotten Books, Friday January 1, 2015

My friend, Todd, will have the links right here. Meanwhile I will turn another year older.


Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Happy Birthday, Patti. I'm looking forward to your new book this year.

Are you ready for California?

Deb said...

Happy Birthday and Happy New

pattinase (abbott) said...

Thanks to you both!

Charles Gramlich said...

Have a great birthday and new year.

Jerry House said...

What Jeff, Deb, and Charles said.


Richard R. said...

May Twenty-Sixteen be the best year ever for you! New book, new digs, trip to La Jolla, what's not to like? Thanks for your great blog.

Todd Mason said...

Walter Albert: Dead Guy's Stuff by Sharon Fiffer
Sergio Angelini: Rogue Moyle by James Ballantyne as "I Retru Grade"
Frank Babics: "The Sound of Murder" by Donald Westlake
Ben Boulden: High Stakes by Carolyn Hart
Brian Busby: 10 favorite older books purchased in 2015
Curt Evans: Christmas Corpus by Margaret Maron; The Player on the Other Side by Theodore Sturgeon and Frederic Dannay as by "Ellery Queen" among other treasures
Bill Crider: The Year's Best Science Fiction: Sixteenth Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois
Scott Cupp: Night of the Jabberwock by Fredric Brown
Martin Edwards: Penhallow by Georgette Heyer; Paul Temple and the Front Page Men by Francis Durbridge; We Shot an Arrow by George Goodchild and Carl Bechhofer Roberts; Something Like a Love Affair by Julian Symons
Fred Fitch: Donald Westlake's work in the 1980s
John Grant: Surfeit of Lampreys by Ngaio Marsh
Rich Horton: Our Man in Space by Bruce W. Ronald/Ultimatum in 2050 A.D. by Jack Sharkey; The Morals of Marcus Ordeyne by William J. Locke
Tracy K: classic and contemporary collections and anthologies
Barry Gardner: The Heat Islands by Randy Wayne White
Ed Gorman; The Quarry novels by Max Alan Collins
Jerry House: Into Plutonian Depths by Stanton Coblentz
George Kelley: The Secret of Satan's Spine by Will Murray (as Kenneth Robeson)
Margot Kinberg The Dead Pull Hitter by Alison Gordon
Rob Kitchin: The Getaway by Jim Thompson; Reykjavik Nights by Arnaldur Indridason; The Music Lovers by Jonathan Valin
Steve Lewis: The Disappearance of Archibald Forsyth by Ian Alexander
Todd Mason: The Sense of the 60s edited by Edward Quinn and Paul J. Dolan; A Personal Demon by David Bischoff, Rich Brown and Linda Richardson
Carol Matic: Five Children and It by E. Nesbit (and Nesbit and the Fabians)
Neer: 11 vintage crime novels; books on the Mahabharat
Mathew Paust: Lila: An Inquiry into Morals by Robert M. Pirsig
James Reasoner: The Ham Reporter by Robert Randisi
Richard Robinson: The Corpse in the Snowman by Nicholas Blake
Gerard Saylor: Worm by Anthony Neil Smith
Steve Scott: "No Grave Has My Love" by John D. MacDonald
Kevin Tipple:: ...A Dangerous Thing by Bill Crider
"TomCat": The Cornish Coast Murder by "John Bude" (Ernest C. Elmore)
David Vineyard: Ann Sheridan and the Secret of the Sphinx (among others in its series) by Kathryn Heisenfelt

Kevin R. Tipple said...

Happy Birthday! You share the day with my Dad who passed several years ago.

My thanks to Todd for including my review from a couple of weeks ago today.

Mathew Paust said...

Happy Birthday a day late, Patti, and may the new year treat you right. I'm grateful to be included as a contributor to this wonderful blog.

pattinase (abbott) said...

So glad to have you, Matt. And thanks!