Friday, September 17, 2010

Lasting Treats

Hmm, it must be Friday, because the blogosphere is once more filled with “forgotten books” posts.

In addition to Sam Millar’s fine Rap Sheet write-up about Up at the Villa, by W. Somerset Maugham, today’s supply of crime-fiction recommendations includes: The Saint in Europe, by Leslie Charteris; The Umbrella Murder, by Carolyn Wells; The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes, by Adrian Conan Doyle and John Dickson Carr; Goat Song, by Chantal Pelletier; The Fifth Point of the Compass, by Miles Tripp; Kiai! by Piers Anthony and Roberto Fuentes; On Tenderness Express, by Maxim Jakubowski; Death Catches Up with Mr. Kluck, by Xantippe (Edith Meiser); Stone City, by Mitchell Smith; Money Shot, by Christa Faust; and Sinners Never Die, by A.E. Martin.

Series organizer Patti Abbott features a couple more books you ought to read in her own blog, plus a full list of today’s participating writers.

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