I'll be updating this list every few minutes throughout the morning. And afternoon. And probably later.
Sergio Angelini: The Blue Movie Murders by "Ellery Queen" (Ed Hoch)
Max Baker: Mrs. Pollifax and the Whirling Dervish by Dorothy Gilman
Joe Barone: King's Ransom by Ed McBain
Brian Busby: A Body for a Blonde by Ken McLeod
Bill Crider: Mr. Majestyk by Elmore Leonard
Martin Edwards: I Am Jonathan Scrivener by John Houghton
Barry Ergang (via Kevin Tipple): Small Game by John Blades
Ray Garraty: Hill Girl by Charles Williams
Ed Gorman: The Killer by Wade Miller
Jerry House: The Best Black Magic Stories, John Keir Cross, ed.
Randy Johnson: The Glass Triangle by George Harmon Coxe
Nick Jones: Be Shot for Sixpence by Michael Gilbert
George Kelley: Seeds of Life by John Taine
Rob Kitchin: The Third Rail by Michael Harvey
K.A. Laity: Money Shot and Choke Hold by Christina Faust
B.V. Lawson: Black Caesar's Clan by Albert Payson Terhune
Steve Lewis: Catch a Killer (The Noonday Devil) by Ursula Curtiss
Todd Mason: Five Key Fantasy Anthologies, assorted editors
James Reasoner: Conan and the Emerald Lotus by John C. Hocking
Kelly Robinson: No Blade of Grass by John Christopher
Gerald Saylor: Groucho Marx, Master Detective by Ron Goulart
Ron Scheer: Pardners by Rex Beach
Mike Slind: The Judas Window by Carter Dickson
Kerrie Smith: A Mind to Murder by P.D. James
TomCat: Murder Among Friends by Elizabeth Ferrars
A LOST NERO WOLFE NOVEL? YOU BE THE JUDGE.
Anyway, my contribution to the 45th mailing, in March of '82, was this 6-page zine called Fast One, in which I discuss the possibility of a lost adventure of Nero Wolfe. Incredible? Read it and see. This piece was also reprinted in the July/August (Vol. 6 No. 4) issue of The Mystery Fancier, which, to my utter astonishment, is now available as a POD book from Wildside Press. Hey Wildside, where are my royalties?