Books read 2011

(DNF indicates that I did not finish the book, but I do persevere to page 100 with all the books I review)

Emily Arsenault – In Search of the Rose Notes – 7/10

Emily Arsenault – The Broken Teaglass – 7/10

Jane Austen – Sense & Sensibility

Janet Aylmer – Darcy’s Story – 8/10

Elna Baker – The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance – 8/10

David Baldacci – Deliver Us From Evil – 5/10 (DNF)

David Baldacci – Divine Justice – 7/10

Jo Bannister – Flawed – 7/10

Julian Barnes – The Sense of an Ending

Emily Barroso – After the Rains – 1/10 (DNF)

Aimée Bender – The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake – 9/10

Alan Bennett – The Uncommon Reader – 8/10

Alan Bradley – A Red Herring Without Mustard – 9/10

Eleanor Brown – The Weird Sisters – 10/10

Wendy Burden – Dead End Gene Pool – 6/10

Jim Butcher – Storm Front – 6/10

Ffyona Campbell – Feet of Clay – 2/10 (DNF)

John le Carré – Absolute Friends – 4/10 (DNF)

Aimée Carter – The Goddess Test – 9/10

Santo Cilauro et al – Molvania – 2/10 (DNF)

Sandra Cisneros – The House on Mango Street – 6/10

Brenda Cullerton – The Craigslist Murders – 0/10 (DNF)

Clive Cussler – The Navigator – 7/10

Clive Cussler – Plague Ship – 7/10

Clive Cussler – The Silent Sea – 8/10

John F. Dobbyn – Black Diamond – 6/10

Aidan Donnelly Rowley – Life After Yes – 8/10

Emma Donoghue – Room – 10/10

Jenny Downham – Before I Die – 8/10

Peter J. Earle – Purgatory Road – 7/10

Jennifer Egan – A Visit From the Goon Squad – 3/10

Janet Evanovich – One for the Money – 6/10

Janet Evanovich – Two for the Dough – 6/10

Nicholas Evans – The Horse Whisperer – 4/10

Linda Fairstein – Cold Hit – 6/10

Vanessa Farquharson – Sleeping Naked is Green – 10/10

Joseph Finder – Paranoia – 8/10

Penelope Fitzgerald – The Bookshop – 8/10

Frances Fyfield – Perfectly Pure and Good – 5/10

Paul Gallico – Flowers For Mrs Harris – 8/10

Helen Garner – The Spare Room – 8/10

Lisa Genova – Left Neglected – 7/10

Philippa Gregory – The Lady of the Rivers – 8/10

Philippa Gregory – The Red Queen – 7/10

Philippa Gregory – The White Queen – 8/10

Philippa Gregory et al – The Women of the Cousins’ War – 6/10

Jane Green – The Love Verb – 9/10

Matt Haig – The Radleys – 5/10

Helene Hanff – 84 Charing Cross Road – 8/10

Helene Hanff – The Duchess of Bloomsbury St – 7/10

Carolyn Hart – Dead By Midnight – 8/10

O. C. Heaton – The Human Race – 2/10

Casey Hill – Taboo – 9/10

Kazuo Ishiguro – A Pale View of Hills – 0/10

P. D. James – Death Comes to Pemberley – 6/10

Jonathan Kellerman – A Cold Heart – 4/10 (DNF)

Claudia Kolker – The Immigrant Advantage – 8/10

Marina Lewycka – A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian – 5/10

Yiyun Li – Gold Boy, Emerald Girl

Penelope Lively – Moon Tiger – 9/10

Carlo Lucarelli – Almost Blue – 5/10 (DNF)

Robert Ludlum – The Bancroft Strategy – 8/10

Rosamund Lupton – Sister – 8/10

Rebecca Makkai – The Borrower – 6/10

Hilary Mantel – Fludd – 7/10

Ian McEwan – Solar – 7/10

David Mitchell – The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet – 10/10

Bill Napier – Shattered Icon – 6/10

Laurel Ann Nattress – Jane Austen Made Me Do It – 3/10

Elle Newmark – The Sandalwood Tree – 9/10

David Nicholls – One Day – 9/10

David Nicholls – Starter For Ten – 9/10

Matthew Norman – Domestic Violets – 3/10 (DNF)

Sara Paretsky – Toxic Shock – 8/10

Ann Patchett – Bel Canto – 9/10

James Paterson – The Quickie – 0/10 (DNF)

Frances de Pontes Peebles – The Seamstress – 9/10

Elizabeth Peters – Crocodile on the Sandbank – 9/10

Marie Phillips – Gods Behaving Badly – 7/10

Gordon Reece – Mice – 8/10

Craig Robertson – Snapshot – 2/10 (DNF)

James L. Rubart – Book of Days – 1/10 (DNF)

Matt Rudd – William Walker’s First Year Of Marriage – 2/10

Chris Ryan – Strike Back – 7/10

Diane Setterfield – The Thirteenth Tale – 9/10

Luis Sepulveda – The Shadow of What We Were – 7/10

Amanda Sington-Williams – The Eloquence of Desire – 5/10

Sean Slater – The Survivor – 4/10

Christine Stinson – It Takes A Village – 8/10

Kathryn Stockett – The Help

Alice Thompson – The Existential Detective – 3/10

Amor Towles – Rules of Civility – 9/10

Sarah Vowell – The Partly Cloudy Patriot

Sarah Winman – When God Was A Rabbit – 8/10

Kimberley & Kayla R. Woodhouse – No Safe Haven – 2/10 (DNF)

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