Books Read 2011

2011

    1. ‘The Last Dragonslayer’ – Jasper Fforde
    2. ‘Rebecca’ – Daphne du Maurier
    3. ‘Emma’ – Jane Austen
    4. ‘The Mandarins’ – Simone de Beauvoir
    5. ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’ – D. H. Lawrence
    6. ‘The English Patient’ – Michael Ondaatje
    7. ‘Ethan Frome’ – Edith Wharton
    8. ‘Ex Libris’ – Anne Fadiman
    9. ‘Brideshead Revisited’ -Evelyn Waugh
    10. ‘On Chesil Beach’ – Ian McEwan
    11. ‘Your Skirt’s Too Short’ – Emily Maguire
    12. ‘The Romantics’ – Galt Niederhoffer
    13. ‘Case Histories’ – Kate Atkinson
    14. ‘What I Loved’ – Siri Hustvedt
    15. ‘Miss Buncle’s Book’ – D. E. Stevenson
    16. ‘Schindler’s Ark’ – Thomas Keneally
    17. ‘One of Our Thursdays is Missing’ – Jasper Fforde
    18. ‘Prozac Nation’ – Elizabeth Wurtzel
    19. ‘The Suspicions of Mr Whicher’ – Kate Summerscale
    20. ‘Before I Go To Sleep’ – S. J. Watson
    21. ‘Agnes Grey’ – Anne Bronte
    22. ‘The Victorian Chaise-Longue’ – Marghanita Laski
    23. ‘Through the Wall’ – Ludmilla Petrushevskaya
    24. ‘The Tooth’ – Shirley Jackson
    25. ‘Odour of Chrysanthemums’ – D. H. Lawrence
    26. ‘Agatha Raisin and the Walkers of Dembley’ – M. C. Beaton
    27. ‘The Naming of Tishkin Silk’ – Glenda Millard
    28. ‘East Lynne’ – Ellen Wood
    29. ‘On Love and Death’ – Patrick Suskind
    30. ‘Maisie Dobbs’ – Jacqueline Winspear
    31. ‘The Midwich Cuckoos’ – John Wyndham
    32.  ‘Bossypants’ – Tina Fey
    33. ‘Brighton Rock’ – Graham Green
    34. ‘Greenbanks’ – Dorothy Whipple
    35. ‘Berlin Syndrome’ – Melanie Joosten
    36. ‘Strangers’ – Taichi Yamada
    37. ‘Wetlands’ – Charlotte Roche
    38. ‘The Marriage Plot’ – Jeffrey Eugenides
    39. ‘The Psychopath Test’ – Jon Ronson
    40. ‘Shutter Island’ – Denis Lehan

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