The FFB Summary

Here’s the summary for Friday Forgotten Books, April 29th, 2011

Yvette Banek – An Unfortunate Prairie Occurrence by Jamie Harrison
Joe Barone -
Small Vices by Robert B. Parker
Paul Bishop -
A Cold Mind by David Lindsey
Bill Crider -
Manifesto For the Dead by Dominec Stansberry
Scott Cupp -
Dances With Werewolves by Carol Nelson Douglas
Martin Edwards -
Those Days by E.C. Bentley
Ed Gorman – Mischief and The Unexpected by Charlotte Armstrong
Jerry House -
McGillicuddy McGotham by Leonard Wibberley
Randy Johnson -
The Big Country by Donald Hamilton
George Kelley -
The Everyman Chesterton by G.K. Chesterton
Rob Kitchin -
The Secret Dead Men by Duane Swierczynski
B.V. Lawson -
Constable on the Prowl by Nicholas Rhea (pseud. of Peter Walker)
Evan Lewis -
(continues his posting of the Skyler Hobbs stories)
Steve Lewis -
House of Flesh by Bruno Fischer
Todd Mason -
The Clone by Theodore Thomas and Kate Wilhelm
J.F. Norris -
Mr. Splitfoot by Helen McCloy
James Reasoner -
Jill by Sid Kane
Richard Robinson – G Stands for Glory by Norvell Page
Gerard Saylor -
Black Dahlia Avenger by Steve Hodel
Gerard Saylor -
Nature Noir by Jordan Fisher Smith (U-Tube)
Ron Scheer -
Broken Vessels by Andre Dubus
Kerrie Smith -
The Glass Key by Dashiell Hammett
Spinetingler (review by David Corbett) – Bellman & True by Desmond Lowden
Kevin Tipple – (review by Barry Ergang) – No Chance in Hell by Nick Quarry
James Winter -  King’s Ransom, Give the Boys a Great Big Hand, The Heckler by Ed McBain

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