2011

– A reference to someone who is particularly fond of books.

The books I have read in 2011.

  1. “The Crossroads Cafe”, by Deborah Smith
  2. “Relentless”, by Robin Parrish
  3. Just One Look“, Harlan Coben
  4. “The Innocent”, Harlan Coben
  5. Hold Tight“, Harlan Coben
  6. Medicus: A Novel of the Roman Empire“, by Ruth Downie
  7. “Finger Licking Fifteen”, by Janet Evanovich
  8. “Last Run”, by Greg Rucka
  9. “The Third Rail”, by Michael Harvey
  10. The Fifth Floor“, by Michael Harvey
  11. “The Lovers”, by John Connolly
  12. Dirty White Boys“, by Stephen Hunter
  13. “Epiphany”, by David Hewson
  14. “The Abbey”, by Chris Culver
  15. Spider Bones“, by Kathy Reichs
  16. “Damaged”, by Alex Kava
  17. “City of Fear”, by David Hewson
  18. “Walking Dead”, by Greg Rucka
  19. “The Doomsday Key“, by James Rollins
  20. “Live Wire”, by Harlan Coben
  21. “Invisible”, by Lorena McCourtney
  22. “A Wicked Snow”, by Gregg Olsen
  23. The Emperor’s Tomb“, by Steve Berry
  24. “The Scarpetti Factor”, by Patricia Cornwell
  25. The Midnight House“, by Alex Berenson
  26. “The Balkan Escape”, by Steve Berry
  27. “A Man in Uniform”, by Kate Taylor
  28. Port Mortuary“, by Patricia Cornwell
  29. “Hotwire”, by Alex Kava
  30. “The Jefferson Key”, by Steve Berry
  31. “The Second Son”, by Lee Child
  32. “Red Knife”, by William Kent Krueger
  33. “A Dozen Deadly Roses”, by Kathy Bennett
  34. “Smokin’ Seventeen”, by Janet Evanovich
  35. “The Sentry”, by Robert Crais
  36. Rules of Betrayal“, by Christopher Reich
  37. “Love Me To Death”, by Allison Brennan
  38. “Caught”, by Harlan Coben
  39. “The Emperor’s Tomb”, by Steve Berry
  40. “I Still Dream About You”, by Fannie Flagg
  41. “The Keeper of Lost Causes”, by Jussi Adler-Olsen
  42. “The Affair”, by Lee Child
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