Friday, April 16, 2010

Retro Reading

While Les Blatt champions Ngaio Marsh’s Death of a Peer on this page, elsewhere in the blogosphere writers are saying some awfully nice things about other “forgotten books,” including: The Case of the Chinese Boxes, by Marele Day; The Big Tour, by Robert Upton; No Wings on a Cop, by Cleve F. Adams (and Robert Leslie Bellem); Five Passengers from Lisbon, by Mignon Good Eberhart; My Brother’s Gun, by Ray Loriga; The Rasp, by Philip MacDonald; The Big Gold Dream, by Chester Himes; Stoner #3: All That Glitters, by Ralph Hayes; Death at Her Elbow, by Donald Clough Cameron; and Deep Pocket, by Michael Kenyon.

To find a complete list of today’s participating bloggers, as well as a couple of additional reading recommendations, click here.

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