What Did Dee Read in 2008?

  • “A Pale Horse”  by Charles Todd
  • “Anne Perry’s Christmas Mysteries” by Anne Perry
  • “Four Elements of Success, The” by Laurie Beth Jones
  • “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” by J.K. Rowling
  • “Isaac’s Storm” by Erik Larsen
  • “Sleeping With Schubert” by Bonnie Marson
  • “So Brave, Young, and Handsome: a Novel” by Leif Enger
  • “Stone Cold” by David Baldacci
  • “The Body of David Hayes” by Ridley Pearson
  • “The Camel Club” by David Baldacci
  • “The Children’s Blizzard” by David Laskin
  • “The Collectors” by David Baldaccici
  • “The Hard Way” by Lee Child
  • “The Historian” by Elizabeth Kostova
  • “The Last Coyote” by Michael Connelly
  • “The Watchman” by Robert Crais
  • “Trunk Music” by Michael Connelly
  • “Yarn Harlot” by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
  • “Free-range Knitter” by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
  • “The Year of Living Biblically” by A. J. Jacobs
  • Plus numerous magazines

To check out what I’ve been reading in 2009, click on the “Pages” links on the right.

Join Dee in reading a good book!

Join Dee in reading a good book!

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4 Responses

  1. You read a lot of books last year! I haven’t heard of any of those titles, I’ll have to check them out.

  2. Quite a few were books I’ve read that were our local Mystery Book Club’s monthly discussion books. But there are plenty of good books in there. I just need more hours in the day so I can get through all the books I want to read.

    Dee

  3. Have you read the David Baldacci book about Perception Management? I really liked it – and it made me wonder about too much that goes on!

  4. That must be “The Whole Truth” by Baldacci. I just ordered it used via Amazon. It looks really good. Thanks for the recommendation, Fanny.

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