A reference to someone who is particularly fond of books.

The books I have read in 2007.

  1. “Nemesis” by Bill Napier
  2. “Sign of the Cross” by Chris Kuzneski
  3. “Metro Girl” by Janet Evanovich
  4. “A Breath of Snow and Ashes” by Diane Gabaldon
  5. “Wolves of Calla” by Stephen King
  6. “Songs of Susannah” by Stephen King
  7. “The Dark Tower” by Stephen King
  8. “Cell” by Stephen King
  9. “Sleep No More” by Greg Iles
  10. “The Xeno Solution” by Nelson Erlick
  11. “The Amber Room” by Steve Berry
  12. “Black Ice” by Matt Dickinson
  13. “Point of Impact” by Stephen Hunter
  14. “The Templar Legacy” by Steve Berry
  15. “Seven Deadly Wonders” by Matthew Reilly
  16. “Creepers” by David Morrell
  17. “Department Thirty” by David Kent
  18. “Private Wars” by Greg Rucka
  19. “The Devil’s Bed” by William Kent Krueger
  20. “The Sacred Cut” by David Hewson
  21. “The Romanov Prophecy” by Steve Berry
  22. “Twelve Sharp” by Janet Evanovich
  23. “Lake of Sorrows” by Erin Hart
  24. “Labyrinth” by Kate Mosse
  25. “Black Order” by James Rollins
  26. “Carved in Bone” by Jefferson Bass
  27. “Ice Station” by Matthew Reilly
  28. “Mercy Falls” by William Kent Krueger
  29. “The Lizard’s Bite” by David Hewson
  30. “Area 7″ by Matthew Reilly
  31. “Break No Bones” by Kathy Reichs
  32. “True Evil”, by Greg Iles
  33. “The Triangle Conspiracy”, by David Kent
  34. “Murder Artist”, by John Case
  35. “The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud”, by Julia Navarro
  36. “Wild Fire”, by Nelson DeMille
  37. “At Risk”, by Patricia Cornwall

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