Friday, February 6, 2015

Forgotten Books: THE LINKS -and- "The Murdered Mummy" by Robert Leslie Bellem

I'm honored to be filling in for Patti Abbott this week - for an extremely worthy cause. She's busy editing the proofs of her highly-anticipated novel, Concrete Angel (now available for pre-order HERE).


And I'm mighty pleased to welcome Mr. John Hegenberger to the FFB lineup. He has a shiny new blog, and offers a fine review of Joe Gores' Stakeout on Page Street. That's HERE.


Well, gang, it's 1pm Oregon Time, and I've given up the hunt. If I missed yours (very possible) or screwed it up (equally likely) please comment here or shoot me an email at delewis1@hotmail,com.

Sergio Angelini: He Who Whispers by John Dickson Carr
Frank Babics: Talent by Robert Bloch
Mark Baker: Great Smokies by Sandy Dengler
Yvette Banek: Huntingtower by John Buchan
Les Blatt: Swan Song by Edmund Crispin
Edward Carmien: The Peshawar Lancers and Conquistador by S.M. Stirling
David Cranmer: The Assassination Bureau, Ltd. by Jack London & Robert L. Fish
Bill Crider: A Badge for a Badman by Brian Wynne (Garfield))
Martin Edwards: Scarweather by Anthony Rolls
Curt Evans: The House in Charlton Crescent by Annie Haynes
Elizabeth Foxwell: "The Detective Story," a poem by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Ed Gorman: Getting it On (aka Rage) by Bev Vincent aka Richard Bachman aka Stephen King
Glenn Harper: The Mad and the Bad by Jean-Patrick Manchette
John Hegenberger: Stakeout on Page Street (and other DKA Files) by Joe Gores
Rich Horton: Edmund Dantes by Alexandre Dumas
Jerry House: Gold Rush (Laverne & Shirley #3) by Con Steffanson (Ron Goulart)
Randy Johnson: Blind Justice at Wedlock by Ross Morton
George Kelley: Platinum Pohl by Frederick Pohl
Rob Kitchin: The Korean War by Max Hastings
B.V. Lawson: The Grand Babylon Hotel by Arnold Bennett
Nik Morton: The Island of Doctor Death and Other Stories and other stories by Gene Wolfe
J.F. Norris: Let's Kill Uncle by Rohan O'Grady
James Reasoner: The Sailor Dog by Margaret Wise Brown
Richard Robinson: Cons, Grifts and Scams by Joe Gores
Gerald Saylor: Outrage at Blanco by Bill Crider
Kerrie Smith: The Back Road by Rachel Abbott
R.T.: DeKok and the Mask of Death by A.C. Baantjer
Kevin Tipple: Genre Shotgun by Terry W. Ervin II
James Winter: Playback by Raymond Chandler

And now, direct from the January 1943 issue of Dan Turner, Hollywood Detective . . . a Forgotten Story.









More Dan Turner picture-adventures HERE

17 comments:

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Thanks for including me today Evan.

Casual Debris said...

Please include my entry

Talents

Thanks,
Frank

Richard said...

Hegenberger's blog doesn't seem to allow comments. Too bad, because I both liked, and reviewed, the book he has this week.

Evan Lewis said...

Thanks, Mr. Debris. Got you.

Yes, I too enjoyed John H's review.

Casual Debris said...

Thank you Mr. Crockett. You can put me down as Frank Babics if you wish.

Unfortunately the link you've attached is for another site :(

Richard said...

Oh, and thanks for the Dan Turner. Always enjoy them.

Evan Lewis said...

Thanks Frank. Got it right this time, I hope.

Casual Debris said...

Awesome! Thanks for the quick change.

jhegenbe said...

Tumblr is a little weird. You can leave comments by clicking the icon in the upper right corner of the page and then clicking the Ask button, where you can ask questions and I can answer. Thanks for the shared interest. Have fun!

George said...

We all appreciate you filling in for Patti! You do a great job!

R.T. said...

My belatedly posted addition to the series is here:

http://beyondeastrod.blogspot.com/2015/02/forgotten-book-friday-dekok-and-mask-of.html

A hearty "Thank you" to you and Patti.

R.T. said...

Oops! Let's make the "hardy" rather than "hearty" -- but the error somehow sounds right, doesn't it.

Evan Lewis said...

Got it. Thanks!

pattinase (abbott) said...

Thanks for the plug as well as the help! Love you guys, Pattu=i

Jerry House said...

I am so-o-o-o-o-o late*, but mine is now up: a Laverne and Shirley tie-in by Ron Goulart under one of his many pen names.

Thanks for covering for Patti (I'm looking forward to her book), and thanks for another Dan Turner!

*many excuses, including car being fixed, grandson's doctor's appointment, miserable lines at Wal-Mart, etc., etc. Grrrr.

Evan Lewis said...

Thanks Jerry. You're now on the list. WHO KNEW that Ron Goulart wrote a Laverne & Shirley book.

Todd Mason said...

i knew that Goulart might even write a decent l&s book if allowed and willing...we're talking RG here. and I'm glad Frank is finally in what seems like the clear. hope to ablr to spend the time to be back in the lists next week...back to patti?