Karen (aswanargent) wrote,

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Wrapping up 2007 (books)

 Well, I didn't manage fifty books last year, but here's what I did read...


  1.  Noel, Katharine.  Halfway House.  
  2.  Nicholson, Joel.  Bleeding London.
  3.  McCrea, Barry.  The First Verse.
  4.  Eriksonn, Kjell.  The Princess of Burundi.
  5.  Orwell, George.  Burmese Days.
  6.  Isherwood, Christopher.  A Single Man.
  7.  Beattie, Ann.  Follies.
  8.  Rankin, Ian.  The Naming of the Dead.
  9.  Rowling, J.K.  Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
10.  Fielding, Helen.  Bridget Jones's Diary.
11.  Crowther, Yasmin.  The Saffron Kitchen.
12.  Amis, Martin.  House of Meetings.
13.  Rendell, Ruth.  End in Tears.
14.  Hambly, Barbara.  Renfield:  Slave of Dracula.
15.  Berne, Suzanne.  The Ghost at the Table.
16.  Campbell, Rebecca.  The Marriage Diaries.
17.  Eugenides, Jeffrey.  The Virgin Suicides.
18.  Le Carré, John.  The Mission Song.
19.  Muir, Kate.  Left Bank.
20.  Rowling, J.K.  Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
21.  Rowling, J.K.  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
22.  Jelinek, Elfriede.  The Piano Teacher.
23.  George, Elizabeth.  What Came Before He Shot Her.
24.  McEwan, Ian.  Atonement.
25.  Edwards, Kim.  The Memory Keeper's Daughter.
26.  Atwood, Margaret.  Bodily Harm.
27.  Kostova, Elizabeth.  The Historian.
28.  Fossum, Karin.  He Who Fears the Wolf.
29.  Lively, Penelope.  The Photograph.
30.  Blythe, Carolita.  The Cricket's Serenade.
31.  Pullman, Philip.  The Golden Compass:  His Dark Materials Book I
32.  Highsmith, Patricia.  The Blunderer.

Non-Fiction / Memoirs:

   1.  Ali, Ayaan Hirsi.  Infidel.
   2.  Mayles, Peter.  A Year in Provence.
   3.  Jamison, Kay Redfield.  An Unquiet Mind.
   4.  Turow, Scott.  One L.  (Reread)
   5.  Sarton, May.  Plant Dreaming Deep.  (Reread)
   6.  Klinkenborg, Verlyn.  The Rural Life.

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