Friday, July 17, 2009

Read ’Em Again, Sam

It’s Friday. Ergo, the crime-fiction blogosphere is rife with recommendations of “forgotten books” in need of rediscovery. Among today’s suggestions: The Navy Colt, by Frank Gruber; Wobble to Death, by Peter Lovesey; Dead Ball, by Barry Cork; The Nursemaid Who Disappeared, by Philip Macdonald; Choice of Straws, by E.R. Braithwaite; The Girl in the Golden Atom, by Ray Cummings; Since the Layoffs, by Iain Levinson; Naked in Death, by J.D. Robb; Devil Born Without Horns, by Michael A. Lewis; The Best American Mystery Stories, 1997, edited by Robert B. Parker; and The Anthony Boucher Chronicles, edited by Francis M. Nevins.

Patti Abbott hosts some additional mini-reviews in her own blog, and has a list of all of today’s participating writers.

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