Friday, May 28, 2010

Review, ""

A very nice review of my book has appeared on Billy Ingram’s popular website,

The review, posted on May 25th, appears on the site’s books page, and also on the site’s blog.

The review says, in part: “In the world of books about classic television there aren't a lot of original ideas. Profile some shows and try to provide some fresh insight, that's pretty much the standard.

“But a book I'm reading now - The Lucky Strike Papers - is truly unique. It's Andrew Lee Fielding's archeological dig into the career of his mother, Sue Bennett, a popular singer on early TV programs like Your Hit Parade, The Freddie Martin Show, and Kay Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge.”

Later in the review, Mr. Ingram writes: “It's not a tightly told story, meandering and going off on tangents, but that's one of the aspects I liked about the book.”

He also writes that it “would be a terrific book to take on vacation.”

To read the full review on TVparty’s books page, please click on the following link:

As of this writing, the review appears in the center column of the page.