2009 Reading List

 2009

  1. Kerry Greenwood – The Green Mill Murder
  2. Margaret Atwood – Oryx and Crake
  3. Rivka Galchen – Atmospheric Disturbances
  4. Fyodor Dostoevsky – Crime and Punishment
  5. Charlaine Harris – Dead Until Dark
  6. Melissa De La Cruz – Revelations
  7. Cormac McCarthy – No Country for Old Men
  8. Kate Jacobs – Knit Two
  9. Sandor Marai – Esther’s Inheritance
  10. Anna Godbersen – Envy
  11. Lisa McMann – Wake
  12. Charlaine Harris – Living Dead in Dallas
  13. Meg Rosoff – How I Live Now
  14. Haruki Murakami – The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
  15. Charlaine Harris – Club Dead
  16. Tiffany Baker – The Little Giant of Aberdeen County
  17. Charlaine Harris – Dead to the World
  18. Philip Roth – The Human Stain
  19. Susan Hubbard – The Society of S
  20. Charlaine Harris – Dead as a Doornail
  21. Laura Whitcomb – A Certain Slant of Light
  22. Milan Kundera – The Unbearable Lightness of Being
  23. Charlaine Harris – Definitely Dead
  24. Charlaine Harris – All Together Dead
  25. Neil Gaiman – Neverwhere
  26. Charlaine Harris – From Dead to Worse
  27. Charlaine Harris – Dead and Gone
  28. Suzanne Collins – The Hunger Games
  29. Suzanne Collins – Catching Fire
  30. Gayla Trail – You Grow Girl: the Groundbreaking Guide to Gardening
  31. David Wroblewski – The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
  32. Jane Green – The Beach House
  33. Adriana Trigiani – Rococo
  34. Steig Larsson – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
  35. Gillian Flynn – Sharp Objects
  36. Audrey Niffenegger – Her Fearful Symmetry
  37. Ron McLarty – The Memory of Running
  38. Muriel Barbery – The Elegance of the Hedgehog
  39. Lisa See – Shanghai Girls
  40. Sophie Kinsella – Twenties Girl
  41. John Harwood – The Seance
  42. Jodi Thomas – Texas Rain
  43. Dashiell Hammett – The Maltese Falcon
  44. Joshilyn Jackson – The Girl Who Stopped Swimming
  45. John Bingham and Jenny Hadfield – Marathoning for Mortals
  46. Anna Godbersen – Splendor
  47. Haruki Murakami – What I Talk About When I Talk About Running
  48. Michael Pollan – The Omnivore’s Dilemma

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