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Dad’s Book List for 2011

January 20, 2012

Here’s the list of the books Dad read in 2011. At $1 per book, he made a donation of $50 to the New York Public Library at the end of December.

The Innocent Harlan Coben
How I Killed Pluto Mike Brown
The Last Boy Jane Leavey
The Last Sherlock Holmes Story Michael Dibdin
The Big Short Michael Lewis
Angelology Danielle Trussoni
Moneyball Michael Lewis
The Hard Way Lee Child
Unlikely Spy Dan Silva
Tennessee – Off the Beaten Path Tim O’Brien
Chrisopher’s Ghost Charles McCarry
Philistines at the Hedgerows Steven Gaines
Hold Tight Harlan Coben
God of the Hive Laurie King
The War Lovers Evan Thomas
Chistopher’s Ghosts Charles McCarry
The Rembrandt Affair Dan Silva
The Information Officer Mark Mills
The Mozart Conspiracy Scott Mariani
Amagansett Mark Mills
The Little Stranger Sarah Walters
A Share in Death Deborah Crombie
Moby-Duck Donovan Hohn
In the Garden of Beasts Erik Larson
Maze of Cadiz Aly Monroe
Caleb’s Crossing Geraldine Brooks
Tears of Autumn Charles McCarry
Worth Dying For Lee Child
The Fry Chronicles Stephen Fry
Greenmantle John Buchan
Plugged Eion Colfer
Naming the Bones Louise Welsh
Shadows of Sounds Alex Gray
The Complaints Ian Rankin
Just My Type Simon Garfield
Tripwire Lee Child
Mr. Whicher’s Suspicions Sarah Summerscale
Flashman George MacDonald Fraser
Sex on the Moon Ben Mezrich
61 Hours Lee Child
Art of Fielding Chad Harbach
Deadly Code Lin Anderson
A Snowball in Hell Christopher Brookmyre
Skinner’s Festival Quintin Jardine
The Master of Ballantrae Robert Louis Stevenson
Steve Jobs Walter Isaacson
Cold in the Earth Aline Templeton
When the Garden was Eden Harvey Araton
A Death in Summer Benjamin Black
A Life Keith Richards
The Spanish Gambit Stephen Hunter
Noir Robert Coover
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