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.