Thursday, May 15, 2003

Books Read, 2001





  • High Five - Janet Evanovich

  • The Stone Diaries - Carol Shields (Pulitzer)

  • Hannibal - Thomas Harris

  • Hair Raiser - Nancy J. Cohen

  • Behold, a Mystery! - Joan Smith

  • There We Stood, Here We Stand - Tim Drake

  • Family Skeletons - Rett MacPherson

  • The Last Suppers - Diane Mott Davidson

  • The Outlier - RJ Stanton

  • Being There - Jerzy Kosinski

  • A Confederacy of Dunces - John Kennedy Toole (Pulitzer)

  • Sophie's Choice - William Styron (100 Books)

  • Toujours Dead - Susan Kiernan-Lewis

  • Pope Fiction - Patrick Madrid

  • Altar Music - Christin Loreweber

  • Prodigal Daughters - Donna Steichen

  • Fear of Frying - Jill Churchill

  • The Deadly Habit - Mike Manno

  • Shattered - Dick Francis

  • A Canticle for Leibowitz - Walter Miller

  • P is for Peril - Sue Grafton

  • Love Sick - Sue William Silverman

  • Secret Ties - SJ Graves

  • Spittin' Image - Margaret and Lee

  • Leap of Faith - Danielle Steel

  • Designed to Die - Chloe Green

  • The Redemption of Sarah Cain - Beverly Lewis

  • Fabric of Faith - Nancy Brandt

  • After She's Gone - Bill Hartzell

  • Blood on the Moon - James Ellroy

  • A Common Life - Jan Karon

  • The Mysterious Affair at Styles - Agatha Christie

  • White Death - Tony B Burch

  • In St. Patrick's Custody - Janet Elaine Smith

  • Recipe for Murder - Janet Elaine Smith

  • Secret Adversary - Agatha Christie

  • Another Chance in Time - Tiedra Lee

  • Once Bitten - Laurien Berenson

  • The Bonesetter's Daughter - Amy Tan

  • Aunt Dimity's Death - Nancy Atherton

  • A Season for Love - Lauralee Bliss

  • Sea of Hope - Penelope Marzec

  • Seven Up - Janet Evanovich

  • The Powder Monkey - George Galloway

  • Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion - Dr. Theresa Burke

  • Twice Dead - Elizabeth Dearl

  • Privacy - Gini Wilson

  • Storms of the Heart - Cheryl Norman

  • Graverobbers Wanted: No Experience Necessary - Jeff Strand

  • Sister Carrie - Theodore Dreiser (100 Books)



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