Friday, October 08, 2010

Back in the Foreground

The Rap Sheet isn’t taking part this week in Patti Abbott’s “forgotten books” series (though you’ll find a new installment here next Friday). But other bloggers have carried on with their contributions. Among the crime-fiction works being recommended this week are:

Dupe, by Liza Cody
Jeopardy Is My Job, by Stephen Marlowe
The Beasts of Valhalla, by George C. Chesbro
Brighton Rock, by Graham Greene
The Complete Curious Mr. Tarrant, by C. Daly King
Tickets for Death, by Brett Halliday
The Yellow Turban, by Charlotte Jay
In La-La Land We Trust, by Robert Campbell
Angel, by Gil Brewer
The Saint Meets His Match, by Leslie Charteris
The Friends of Eddie Coyle, by George V. Higgins
Turnaround Jack, by Richard Abshire
Wedding Treasure, by David Williams
Closing Time, by Jim Fusilli
Persona Non Grata, by Timothy Williams
A Comprehensive Index to Black Mask, 1920-1951, by E.R. Hagemann

You will find a full rundown of today’s participating bloggers, plus three more older reading suggestions, in Abbott’s own blog.

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