Friday, September 28, 2012

Books with a Past

There’s a wealth of great reading material in this week’s selection of “forgotten books.” Among the titles considered are: Salt River, by James Sallis; Maigret and the Madwoman, by Georges Simenon; The Man in the Net, by Patrick Quentin; Ripley’s Game, by Patricia Highsmith; Baptism, by Max Kinnings; The Case of the Sleepwalker’s Niece, by Erle Stanley Gardner; A Gentle Murderer, by Dorothy Salisbury Davis; and The Red Scar, by Anthony Wayne.

A full list of today’s participating critics and their book choices can be found in Todd Mason’s Sweet Freedom blog.

1 comment:

Todd Mason said...

Thanks! We even have at least one bonus New Book this week!