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Sorry, I’m missing FFB again this week. I’ve just been too busy as well as a little under the weather. I will have my short story reading up Monday, such as it is.
this is the 253rd in my series of forgotten or seldom read books The Xibalba Murders by Lyn Hamilton, Berkley Prime Crime, 1997, paperback, a Lara McClintoch archaeological mystery “The beginning of this journey was a phone call from Dr. Heran Castillo Rivas, … Continue reading
this is the 252nd in my series of forgotten or seldom read books All the King’s Men by Robert Penn Warren, 1946 , Harcourt, Brace & Company political fiction All the King’s Men portrays the dramatic political rise and governorship of Willie Stark, … Continue reading
this is the 251st in my series of forgotten or seldom read books Transfinite – The Essential A.E. Van Vogt by A.E. Van Vogt, NESFA 2003 hardcover, science fiction short story collection These twenty-five stories are old, written between 1935 and 1950, … Continue reading
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these are the 249th & 250th in my series of forgotten or seldom read books The Willows at Christmas (2001) and The Willows In Winter ( 1994) by William Horwood, St. Martin, (US) hardcovers, illustrated by Patrick Benson I’d like to think that anyone … Continue reading
this is the 248th in my series of forgotten or seldom read books Escapade by Walter Satterthwait, St. Martin’s Dead Letter, 1996, paperback, mystery, country house mystery, featuring Phil Beaumont & Jane Turner This is the first of three novels Satterthwait has … Continue reading
this is the 246th in my series of forgotten or seldom read books The London Blitz Murders by Max Allan Collins, Berkley Prime Crime, 2004 paperback, mystery in historical setting The events in this book take place in February 1942, during a lull … Continue reading
It has been a stress-filled time of late, and when bad things happen, or sad news comes, or times are difficult, I turn to comfort reading to help me through. Comfort reading, for me, means reliable authors, favorite books, fairly … Continue reading
There are four novels in the Dream Park series. This Friday Forgotten review addresses the first two of them, written in 1981 and 1988. Dream Park by Larry Niven and Steven Barnes, Ace Books, April 1981, mass market paperback, science fiction … Continue reading