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2011 Reading List (Belated)

Wrapping up more loose ends.


  1. Simonson, Helen.  Major Pettigrew's Last Stand.
  2. Le Carré, John.  Our Kind of Traitor.
  3. Boyd, William.  Ordinary Thunderstorms.
  4. Brand, Millen.  The Outward Room.
  5. Winterson, Jeanette (ed.)  Midsummer Nights.
  6. McCrumb, Sharyn.  Missing Susan.
  7. George, Elizabeth.  This Body of Death.
  8. King, Stephen.  Full Dark, No Stars.
  9. Brooks, Geraldine.  Year of Wonders.
  10. Rice, Luanne.  Dance With Me.
  11. Barbery, Muriel.  The Elegance of the Hedgehog.
  12. Nicholls, David.  One Day.
  13. Bailey, Anthony.  Major André.
  14. Watson, S. J.  Before I Go to Sleep: A Novel.
  15. Bester, Alfred.  The Demolished Man.
  16. Scott, Paul.  The Jewel in the Crown.
  17. Scott,  Paul.  The Day of the Scorpion.
  18. Scott, Paul.  The Towers of Silence.
  19. Scott, Paul.  A Division of the Spoils.
  20. Smith, Alexander McCall.  The Charming Quirks of Others.
  21. Black, Lewis.  I'm Dreaming of a Black Christmas.

Non-Fiction / Memoirs:

  1. Bard, Elizabeth.  Lunch in Paris.
  2. Garcia, Nina.  The One Hundred:  A Guide to the Pieces Every Stylish Woman Must Own.  (So sue me.)
  3. Reardon, Joan (ed.).  As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child and Avis DeVoto.
  4. Olson, Donald.  Frommer's Best Day Trips from London:  25 Great Escapes by Train, Bus or Car.
  5. Friend, Tad.  Cheerful Money: Me, My Family, and the Last Days of Wasp Splendor.  (Wasp = WASP)
  6. Hall, Ron & Denver Moore.  Same Kind of Different As Me
  7. Smith, Bud E.  Sams Teach Yourself iPad in 10 Minutes.  (Just curious; still don't own a tablet.)
  8. Brady, Frank.  Endgame: Bobby Fischer's Remarkable Rise and Fall - from America's Brightest Prodigy to the Edge of Madness.
  9. Lebovitz, David.  The Sweet Life in Paris: Delicious Adventures in the World's Most Glorious - and Perplexing - City.
  10. Beason, Richard.  "F" in Exams.
  11. Darling, Alistair.  Back from the Brink: 1000 Days at Number 11.
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