Kim, I've added your request to the Wish list and will forward it to the volunteer list. Itisn't necessary for you to check with Powells', though it's nice of you to offer Our volunteers are very good at finding the books, and often the libraries hhave them WISH LIST (CALLED REQUESTED ADDITIONS TO THE BOOKSHARE COLLECTION)IS AVAILABLE AT http://www.friendsofbookshare.org/wish_list/wish_list.htm www.lljfm.net/bookshare/home.htm A LIST OF BOOKS CURRENTLY BEING SCANNED IS AVAILABLE AT http://www.friendsofbookshare.org/ www.lljfm.net/bookshare/home.htm --- On Fri, 2/20/09, Kim Friedman <kimfri11@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > From: Kim Friedman <kimfri11@xxxxxxxxxxx> > Subject: Wish list > To: popularplace@xxxxxxxxx > Date: Friday, February 20, 2009, 2:06 AM > > > > > > Wish list > > > > > Hi, Cindy, one author > I've read in short story form is Hugh Pentecost. The > author's real name was Judson Phillips and his most > famous pseudonym was Hugh Pentecost. He had a lot of series > characters in his mysteries, and I'd love to see his > mystery novels in the Bookshare collection. The series > characters I know of are Julian Quist, John Jericho, Pierre > Chambrun, and Uncle George. He ran a short series of stories > in EQMM (Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine) featuring > Jason Dark, but I don't know if they were ever in novel > form. I'd also like to see works by Edward D. Hoch. > I'm also curious about a historical romance writer > called Mary Gillgannon. If someone can find her works, > I'd like to see them in Bookshare. Thanks, Fairy > Godmother for granting my wishes. I promise to arrive > home before midnight. Can you imagine what people will > say: "What's this gal with the pumpkin, > already?" Best regards, Cinderella (er) Kim.P.S.: With > regard to Hugh Pentecost novels, I could call Powell's > Books to see if his stuff is still in print and available. > What do you think of that idea? K. > > > To unsubscribe from this list send a blank Email to bksvol-discuss-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx put the word 'unsubscribe' by itself in the subject line. To get a list of available commands, put the word 'help' by itself in the subject line.