Search found 358 matches

by Jim
Mon 2 Jul, 2007 00:50:17
Forum: Wants
Topic: Lymington story collections?
Replies: 6
Views: 12615

Lymington story collections?

Are the Lymington editions of GUNMEN, GALLANTS, AND GHOSTS and MEDITERRANEAN NIGHTS the hardest titles in that series to find? I have standing searches on eBay, and check bookfinder.com all the time, but these almost never turn up, and then only in poor condition. (I'm not surprised that I never see...
by Jim
Mon 2 Jul, 2007 00:44:35
Forum: General Topics
Topic: What about the forum?
Replies: 32
Views: 20155

Is it possible that not everyone has come back after the hiatus? I know there are some names I have not seen again. On the other hand, I'm on an Andre Norton forum that can go weeks without a posting as well. (Her death slowed that forum down drastically, though she never posted there herself.) I wa...
by Jim
Sat 9 Jun, 2007 13:01:37
Forum: General Topics
Topic: The Revival Of Hammer Films
Replies: 9
Views: 64989

It's a great title, but from the Amazon (fan) reviews, the book is riddled with errors. (Glad I checked before racing over to Book Depository to buy it...)
by Jim
Tue 8 May, 2007 02:54:16
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Famous Wheatley fans?
Replies: 5
Views: 5020

Mystery novelist/collector Martin Edwards does a pretty nice piece on the Crime Dossiers on his website. He calls them "an intriguing experiment in crime fiction which has been imitated and developed but not as yet surpassed."
by Jim
Sun 29 Apr, 2007 14:15:27
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Wordsworth Classics: Return of Dennis Wheatley!
Replies: 5
Views: 33607

Unfortunately, U.S./Amazon doesn't seem to offer these, and I don't think it would be fair for me to go to the U.K. site to boost them...
by Jim
Mon 23 Apr, 2007 13:46:15
Forum: Black August
Topic: Gregory Sallust is Born
Replies: 9
Views: 27145

I only caught Erika and her cards because I read the Sallust/WW II series in order, and fairly close together. I've read the Modern Musketeers at various times, and still haven't read most of the Roger Brooks. (Also, as an editor myself in a former career, it's the kind of thing I notice..)
by Jim
Mon 23 Apr, 2007 13:41:10
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Wordsworth Classics: Return of Dennis Wheatley!
Replies: 5
Views: 33607

Ooh, and look at some of the other stuff--Collected Stories of Lovecraft, and Richard Marsh's THE BEETLE, which hasn't been available for ages!
by Jim
Sun 22 Apr, 2007 13:18:47
Forum: Black August
Topic: Gregory Sallust is Born
Replies: 9
Views: 27145

In my now-lost response to this thread, I wondered if DW ever regretted not changing Gregory's name to something else for the "new" series, and just leaving BLACK AUGUST as a stand-alone novel. However, as Alan points out, continuity seems not to have been a major concern for this author--he was too...
by Jim
Fri 13 Apr, 2007 13:59:07
Forum: General Topics
Topic: We're Back!!!
Replies: 10
Views: 7357

We're back, but we seem to have lost several days of recent postings... :cry:


By the way, please don't include me in any thanks. All I did was check the site every day, keeping my fingers crossed that the people doing the *real* work would be successful.
by Jim
Wed 28 Mar, 2007 15:31:35
Forum: General Topics
Topic: We're Back!!!
Replies: 10
Views: 7357

We're Back!!!

Hooray!

Thanks to Charles, and Sue, and everybody else who has made it possible for the site--and The Library--to resume!

:D :D :D
by Jim
Mon 26 Mar, 2007 03:13:06
Forum: Swaps or Sales
Topic: Crime Dossiers auf deutsch
Replies: 0
Views: 5166

Crime Dossiers auf deutsch

I have two of the German-translated Crime Dossiers that I'd like to find homes for...

[edited, since I have disposed of them]
by Jim
Sun 21 Jan, 2007 19:11:12
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Wheatley TV & Film adaptations
Replies: 13
Views: 7428

Stevie asks: << Where did you order this from? Wouldn't mind getting a copy myself. >> Mine is coming from Oldies.com. What I did was put the title of the film on Google, followed by the letters DVD. Then you check out the suppliers who come up. (Oldies.com is a U.S.-based outfit, so was the best ch...
by Jim
Sat 20 Jan, 2007 04:21:08
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Wheatley TV & Film adaptations
Replies: 13
Views: 7428

I said, earlier in this thread: << I live in hope that some enterprising film company will transfer THE FORBIDDEN TERRITORY to disc. >> What I didn't know is that THE SECRET OF STAMBOUL (originally THE EUNUCH OF STAMBOUL) *is* available on DVD, under its U.S. release title, THE SPY IN WHITE! I guess...
by Jim
Wed 10 Jan, 2007 14:41:09
Forum: General Topics
Topic: Wheatley TV & Film adaptations
Replies: 13
Views: 7428

I have all three of the Hammer films on DVD. THE DEVIL RIDES OUT is the best in every respect--best film version, best "extras." Living in the States, I didn't see THE HAUNTED AIRMAN, but from what you folks say, I didn't miss much. Meanwhile, I live in hope that some enterprising film company will ...
by Jim
Fri 5 Jan, 2007 14:19:08
Forum: General Topics
Topic: ANNOUNCEMENT: Bob Rothwell passed on Boxing Day
Replies: 7
Views: 6419

ANNOUNCEMENT: Bob Rothwell passed on Boxing Day

To Georgina's "This is the end!", Roger Brook replies, "Nay, dear heart, 'tis no more than the passing to a new beginning." I recently received the news of Bob's death, and felt this message (from his wife Sue) should be posted here, for those who had not received or seen it any other way. "I know y...

Go to advanced search