Friday, December 19, 2008

Can There Ever Be Too Many Books?

If it’s Friday, there must be another batch of “forgotten books” being championed across the Web. As indeed, there are. Among today’s choices: Head of the Force, by James Barnett; The Killing Gift, by Bari Wood; Maigret and the Wine Merchant, by Georges Simenon; Sci-Fi, by William Marshall; and The Sirus Crossing, by John Creed. Beyond those, Patti Abbott has posted recommendations of several neglected reads in her own blog. Look there, too, for a complete list of today’s participating writers.

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