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2010 Reading List


1. James, P.D. The Private Patient.
2. Chevalier Tracy. The Lady and the Unicorn.
3. Neville, Katherine. A Calculated Risk.
4. Horn, Dara. The World to Come.
5. Vargas, Fred. The Three Evangelists.
6. Straub, Peter (ed.). Poe's Children: The New Horror.
7. Parker, Robert B. Rough Weather.
8. Larsson, Stieg. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
9. Larsson, Stieg. The Girl Who Played with Fire.
10. Larsson, Stieg. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest.
11. Bradbury, Ray. The Vintage Bradbury.
12. Gordon, Mary. The Rest of Life.
13. Smith, Alexander McCall. The Careful Use of Compliments.
14. Setterfield, Diane. The Thirteenth Tale.
15. Smith, Alexander McCall. The Comforts of a Muddy Saturday.
16. James, P.D. Innocent Blood.
17. Brooks, Geraldine. People of the Book.
18. Sigurdardóttir, Yrsa. Last Rituals.
19. Macy, Caitlin. Spoiled: Stories.
20. Malan, Violette (ed.). Dead in the Water: An Anthology of Canadian Mystery Fiction.
21. Smith, Alexander McCall. The Lost Art of Gratitude.
22. Carroll, Jonathan. Bones of the Moon.
23. Scott, A.D. A Small Death in the Great Glen.
24. Kellaway, Lucy. In Office Hours.
25. Redpath, Michael. Where the Shadows Lie.
26. The Turl Street Writers. Midwinter Tales.

Non-Fiction / Memoirs:

1. Chatwin, Bruce. In Patagonia.
2. Nafisi, Azar. Things I've Been Silent About.
3. Merrill, Douglas C.. Getting Organized in the Google Era.
4. Stoddard, Alexandra. Living a Beautiful Life.
5. Maxwell, Gavin. Ring of Bright Water.
6. Mezrich, Ben. The Accidental Billionaires.
7. Arngrim, Alison. Confessions of a Prairie Bitch.
8. Forshaw, Barry. The Man Who Left Too Soon: The Biography of Stieg Larsson.
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