RARA-AVIS: Friday's "forgotten" books: an invitation

From: Todd Mason ( foxbrick@yahoo.com)
Date: 19 Jun 2008

Friday's "Forgotten" Books: Patti Abbott's Meme

We're off to an early start with Friday's "Forgotten" Books, being caretaken by me this week while Patti Abbott, the instigator and usual host, is attempting a vacation.

The idea: is there a book, or for many participants one of a number of books, that you feel is unfairly obscure, or at least important enough that you'd like to write a brief blurb touting it to the assembled blogosphere? Please write that up for Friday morning-afternoon posting (or when you can get it in), post it on your blog, and let me know you've done so, with your blog entry address, please. If you don't have a blog and want to play, I'll post your piece on my blog if you like.

Bill Crider is the first entrant this week that I'm aware of, and his citation of Henry Kane's Too French and Too Deadly is here. - as in http://billcrider.blogspot.com/

and http://billcrider.blogspot.com/2008/06/forgotten-books-too-french-and-too.html

My relevant address: http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/2008/06/fridays-forgotten-books-patti-abbotts.html

Todd Mason


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