Friday, April 17, 2009
The Summing Up, Friday, April 17, 2009
Gary Cooper reading.
Any day I learn that one of our contributors is a highly trained French chef is a good one.
Another thing for any of you who might have missed this, please check out George Kelley's magnificent book collection housed at the University of Buffalo.
Next week's summary will not appear until I get back from New York.
Please check out D.G. Meyers blog where he lists forgotten Pulitizer Prize winning books.
THE SUMMING UP, Friday, April 17, 2009
Eric Beetner, Atta, Francis Rufus Bellamy
Stephen Booth, The Quiet Stranger, John Buxton Hilton
Fleur Bradley, Rat Life, Tedd Arnold
Michael Carlson, The Shot, Philip Kerr
David Cranmer, The Shadow, The Creeping Death, Maxwell Grant
Bill Crider, Mad for Kicks, Jack Lynn
Gary Dobbs, Montana Dead, Chuck Martin
Ray Foster, Captain Blood, Rafael Sabatini
Cullen Gallagher, Shadow at Noon, Harry White (Harry Whittington)
Ed Gorman, The Long Saturday Night, Charles WilliamsMic
Martin Edwards, The Documents in the Case, Dorothy L. Sayers
Randy Johnson, In the Heat of the Night, John Ball
George Kelley, Her Smoke Rose Up Forever, James Tiptree, Jr. (Alice Sheldon)
P.K. Madsen, Kate Ross Mysteries
Todd Mason, Nelson Algren's Own Book of Lonesone Monsters
Scott Parker, Princess of Mars, Edgar Rice Burroughs
Eric Peterson, Agents of Chaos, Norman Spinrad
Richard Prosch, Hell's Corner, Peter Field
James Reasoner, Green Ice, Raoul Whitfield
Kieran Shea, Larousse Gastronomique
Joanna Campbell Slan, The Ugly American, William Ledrerer and Eugune Burdick
Kerrie Smith, The Curse of Kings, Victoria Holt