Friday, December 30, 2005

Books Read in 2000

Sometimes people tell me I read a lot of books and I remind them that I didn't read so much when I had small children running around. 2000 is a good example.

January
1. Timeline - Michael Crichton
2. If You Want to Write - Brenda Ueland
3. The Talented Mr. Ripley - Patricia Highsmith
4. Bird by Bird - Anne Lamott

February
5. The Quiet Game - Greg Iles
6. Lombard Street - John Floyd
7. The Monkey's Raincoat - Robert Crais
8. The Thief Who Couldn't Sleep - Lawrence Block

March
9. The Big Sleep - Raymond Chandler

April
10. Crazy for You - Jennifer Crusie
11. The Perfect Husband - Lisa Gardner

May
12. Harvest - Tess Gerritsen

June
13. Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction - Patricia Highsmith
14. The Fever Tree - Ruth Rendell
15. What's Cooking - John Salem

July
16. Joy Forever - Liz Jennings
17. Emergency Doctor - Edward Ziegler

August
18. A Walk in the Woods - Bill Bryson
19. Bait and Switch - JoAnn Ross
20. Girl, Interrupted - Susanna Kaysen
21. The Unvanquished - William Faulkner
22. Murder on a Bad Hair Day - Anne George
23. L. A. Requiem - Robert Crais
24. The Pilot's Wife - Anita Shreve
25. Mr. Vertigo - Paul Auster
26. Hot Six - Janet Evanovich

September
27. A Guilty Thing Surprised - Ruth Rendell
28. Odds Against - Dick Francis
29. Agatha Christie and the 11 Missing Days - Jared Cade (? Hard to read this entry)
30. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd - Agatha Christie
31. Up From Slavery - Booker T. Washington

October
32. Lord of the Flies - William Golding
33. Moon Palace - Paul Auster

November
34. Mr. Perfect - Linda Howard
35. Narrative of My Captivity Among the Sioux Indians - Fanny Kelly
36. Smoke - Donald Westlake

December
37. Paddy Clarke, Ha Ha Ha - Roddy Doyle
38. On Fire - Larry Brown
39. Blind-Sided - Greg Gibson-McKee
40. Tell Me Lies - Jennifer Crusie

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