Friday, May 14, 2010

Encore Performances

If you enjoyed reading Thomas Kaufman’s essay on this page about The Black Path of Fear, by Cornell Woolrich, then you ought to look over some of the other “forgotten books” essays posted around the Web today.

Among the crime-fiction and thriller recommendations are Downtown, by Ed McBain; Mr. Strang, by Carroll John Daly; The Wolves of Savernake, by Edward Marston; How Like an Angel, by Margaret Millar; Shoot the President, Are You Mad? by Frank McAuliffe; Land of Always Night, by Kenneth Robeson; The Fifth Grave (aka Solomon’s Vineyard), by Jonathan Latimer; Looking for Mr. Goodbar, by Judith Rossner; and Black Bartlemy’s Treasure, by Jeffery Farnol.

1 comment:

George said...

What a broad range of books! There's certainly something here for every taste!