Books read in 2010

1.  Four to Score: Janet Evanovich

2.  High Five: Janet Evanovich

3.  The Way the Crow Flies: Anne-Marie MacDonald

4.  Ravens: George Dawes Green

5.  Hot Six: Janet  Evanovich

6. The Charlemagne Pursuit: Steve Berry

7. Fall on Your Knees: Anne-Marie MacDonald

8. Tripwire: Lee Childs

9. Running Blind: Lee Childs

10. The Secret History: Donna Tartt

11. Down River: John Hart

12. Where Trouble Sleeps: Clyde Edgerton

13. I’m Down: Mishna Wolff

14. Seven Up: Janet Evanovich

15. City  of Thieves: David Benioff

16. A Great and Terrible Beauty: Libba Bray

17. The Alexander Cipher: Will Adams

18. Echo Burning: Lee Child

19.The Man With a Load of Mischief: Martha Grimes

20. World War Z: Max Brooks

21. Dawn of Empire: Sam Barone

22. The Story of Lucy Gault: William Trevor

23. Green Darkness: Anya Seton

24. Flight of the Falcon: Daphne du Maurier

25. The Woods: Harlan Coben

26. One Step Behind: Henning Mankell

27. The Dim Sum of All Things: Kim Wong Keltner

28. The Doomsday Key: James Rollins

29. Official Book Club Selection: Kathy Griffin

30. The Weed that Strings the Hangman’s Bag: Alan Bradley

31. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: Stieg Larsson

32. The Secret Servant: Daniel Silva

33. Hard Eight: Janet Evanovich

34. Rules of Vengeance: Christopher Reich

35. Without Fail: Lee Child

36. Death in Bloodhound Red: Virginia Lanier

37. Chelsea Chelsea, Bang Bang: Chelsea Handler

38. House on Bloodhound Lane: Virginia Lanier

39. Faithful Place: Tana French

40. Brethren: Robyn Young

41. Tryst: Elswyth Thane

42. China Run: David Ball

43. Snowflower and the Secret Fan: Lisa See

44. Carthage: Peter Huby


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