01 January 2013

books read in 2012 (98)

 This coming year I plan to focus more on my text books. Wish me luck. What follows is a list of the books I read this past year, along with the date I finished them.

Michael Palmer: The First Patient (Dec 23)
Lee Child: The Enemy (Dec 21)
Michael Connelly: The Reversal (Dec 18)
Elmore Leonard: Raylan (Dec 15)
Brady Udall: The Lonely Polygamist (Dec 12)
Richard North Patterson: Eclipse (Dec 11)
Jeffery Deaver: The Stone Monkey (Nov 30)
Jodi Picoult: Salem Falls (Nov 29)
Michael Crichton: Airframe (Nov 16)
Ridley Pearson: Killer Summer (Nov 16)
John Updike: The Widows of Eastwick (Nov 15)
David Ebershoff: The 19th Wife (Nov 13)
Kathy Reichs: Bones are Forever (Nov 12)
Kathy Reichs: Flash and Bones (Nov 9)
Michael Connelly: 9 Dragons (Nov 8)
John Grisham: Playing for Pizza (Nov 6)
Jeffrey Archer: Only Time Will Tell (Nov 3)
Michael Connelly: The Brass Verdict (Nov 3)
Michael Palmer: Oath of Office (Nov 2)
Janice Daugharty: Heir to the Everlasting (Oct 19)
Ethan Cross: The Shepherd (Oct 19)
Stuart Woods: Unnatural Acts (Oct 18)
Robert Crais: Taken (Oct 17)
Jeffery Deaver: XO (Oct 16)
Jack Higgins: A Devil is Waiting (Oct 15)
John Grisham: The Litigators (Oct 8)
Michael Connelly: The Poet (Oct 6)
Jeffrey Archer: Sins of the Father (Oct 5)
Suzanne Collins: Mockingjay (Oct 4)
Robert Parker: Back Story (Oct 2)
Michael Palmer: The Fifth Vial (Oct 1)
Michael Connelly: The Lincoln Lawyer (Sep 29)
Ken Follett: Fall of Giants (Sep 26)
Paulo Coelho: The Alchemist (Sep 20)
Mitch Albom: The Timekeeper (Sep 20)
Louey Chisholm: Celtic Tales, Told to the Children (Sep 20)
Suzanne Collins: Catching Fire (Sep 19)
Harlan Coben: The Final Detail (Sep 18)
Ann Cleeves: Red Bones (Sep 15)
Chris Cleave: Little Bee (Sep 8)
Clark & Gould: The Amish Midwife (Sep 6)
Charles Finch: The September Society (Sep 5)
Luis M. Ruiz: Only One Thing Missing (Sep 3)
Celia Rivenbark: We're Just Like You, Only Prettier (Aug 30)
Diana Gabaldon: Lord John and the Private Matter (Aug 26)
Robert Graves: Claudius the God (Aug 25)
Peter Carey: Parrot and Olivier in America (Aug 24)
James Grippando: Money to Burn (Aug 22)
Michael Connelly: Echo Park (Aug 20)
Stuart Woods: Santa Fe Dead (Aug 20)
John Sandford: Storm Prey (Aug 19)
Robert B. Parker: Sixkill (Aug 19)
John Le Carré: Smiley's People (Aug 18)
Max Brooks: World War Z (Aug 5)
Harlan Ellison: Ellison Wonderland (Aug 5)
Richard Brautigan: The Abortion (Aug 1)
Larry McMurtry: Terms of Endearment (July 30)
Anne McCaffrey: Dragonseye (July 28)
John Irving: The World According to Garp (July 26)
Stephen March: Catbird (July 16)
Brian Haig: Man in the Middle (July 15)
Daniel Keyes: Flowers for Algernon (July 10)
Annie Proulx: The Shipping News (July 9)
Jack Finney: Time and Again (July 4)
R. A. Nelson: Days of Little Texas (Jun 29)
Diane Ackerman: The Zookeeper's Wife (Jun 17)
John Connolly: The Lovers (Jun 14)
Anne McCaffrey: The Dolphins of Pern (Jun 7)
Linwood Barclay: No Time for Goodbye (Jun 6)
Thomas Moran: No Way Back (Jun 5)
Faye Kellerman: Blindman's Bluff (Jun 4)
John Sandford: Bad Blood (Jun 3)
Lee Child: 61 Hours (Jun 2)
Carlene Thompson: Nowhere to Hide (May 27)
Carlene Thompson: Since You've Been Gone (May 25)
Suzanne Collins: The Hunger Games (May 23)
Lisa Gardner: The Other Daughter (May 21)
Lee Child: Worth Dying For (May 19)
Stuart Woods: Shoot Him if He Runs (May 2)
Geraldine Brooks: Caleb's Crossing (May 1)
Jean Brashear: The Goddess of Fried Okra (Apr 29)
Marion Zimmer Bradley: The Mists of Avalon (Apr 29)
Michael Crichton: A Case of Need (Apr 11)
Wendy C. Staub: Fade to Black (Mar 24)
Lisa Brackman: Rock Paper Tiger (Mar 21)
Juliet Blackwell: Secondhand Spirits (Mar 16)
John Le Carré: Our Game (Mar 14)
Juliet Blackwell: A Cast-Off Coven (Mar 9)
Brunonia Barry:The Lace Reader (Feb 22)
Dan Brown: Deception Point (Feb 19)
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice (Feb 5)
Margaret Atwood: The Handmaid's Tale (Jan 22)
D. M. Annechino: They Never Die Quietly (Jan 14)
Paul Gallico: Jennie (Jan 13)
Sarah Addison Allen: Garden Spells (Jan 6)
Sarah Addison Allen: The Peach Keeper (Jan 4)
Maureen McKade: Where There's Fire (Jan 3)
Susan Albert: Rosemary Remembered (Jan 3)


jana said...

Wow! i also read alot of books last year but, not as many as you.I've got this thing about starting them and if the book don't grab me in the first chapter, out it go's! Just to boring. My daughter say's i don't give the book a fair chance. Can you beleive that? Like the book has feelings.lol! jana

meowmom said...

not long ago I'd have agreed with your daughter, but my husband convinced me life's too short to waste time reading bad books. :)