Nov 15, 2009

Forgotten Friday list.

Blogger and Crimespree contributor Patty Abbott runs Forgotten Friday. For those of you that are not familiar with it, FF runs on Fridays (but you figured that out, right?) and featured a number of folks offering up some little known books that we should all check out.
Here is the line-up for Nov 13th.

Mark Arsenault, The Mysterious Stranger, Mark Twain

Paul Bishop, The Venetian Affair, Helen MacInnes

Bill Crider, The Case of the Dancing Sandwiches, Fredric Brown

Jared Case, Die Dreaming, Terence Faherty

Mike Dennis, The Squeeze, Gil Brewer

Martin Edwards, Woman at Risk, Miles Tripp

Ray Foster (granddaughter) God's Little Acre, Erskine Caldwell

Ed Gorman, Loser Take All, Graham Greene

Randy Johnson, Clayburn, Al Conroy

George Kelley, The Silver Eggheads, Fritz Leiber

B V Lawson, A Country Kind of Death, Mary McMullen

Evan Lewis, Sinful Woman, James Cain

Steve Lewis/David Vineyard, Fire Burn, John Dickson Carr

Todd Mason, Living in Fear: A History of Horror in the Mass Media, Les Daniels

Jeff Meyerson, Life Among the Savages and Raising Demons, Shirley Jackson

Eric Peterson, Trouble is What I Do, Rob Kantner

Laurie Powers, They Went Thataway, James Horwitz

James Reasoner, The Death Committee, Noah Gordon

Kerrie Smith, Killers at Large, Alfred Hitchcock

Kelli Stanley, Nightmare Alley, William Lindsay Gresham

Kieran Shea Our Word is Our Weapon: Selected Writings of Subcommandant Insugente Marcos

R.T. Terrorist, John Updike

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