Books Read in 2010

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  1. Now Reading: Sizzling Sixteen ~ Janet Evanovich

  2. 01042010 M C Beaton: Agatha Raisin & The Walkers of Dembley
  3. 01102010 Debbie Macomber: A Good Yarn
  4. 01142010 C S Harris: Where Serpents Sleep
  5. 01202010 * Charles Dickens: Pickwick Papers Librivox
  6. 01212010 Michael Connelly: 9 Dragons
  7. 01232010 * Wilkie Collins: The Haunted Hotel: A Tale of Modern Venice Librivox
  8. 01282010 Betty Hechtman: By Hook or By Crook
  9. 01292010 * G K Chesterton: The Innocence of Father Brown Librivox
  10. 01302010 James Patterson: I, Alex Cross
  11. 01302010 * Anthony Trollope: The Warden Librivox

  12. 02052010 Agatha Christie: Hickory Dickory Death
  13. 02082010 Betty Hechtman: A Stitch in Crime
  14. 02112010 Lee Goldberg: The Walk
  15. 02142010 Carrie Bebris: Suspense & Sensibility
  16. 02152010 Charles Dickens: * Life & Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby Librivox
  17. 02182010 Sir John Barrow: * The Eventful History of the Mutiny and Piratical Seizure of H.M.S. Bounty: Its Cause and Consequences Librivox
  18. 02252010 Elizabeth George: Missing Joseph
  19. 02262010 William Bligh: * A Voyage to the South Sea Librivox
  20. 02272010 George Hamilton: * Voyage Round the World in His Majesty’s Frigate Pandora Librivox
  21. 02272010 Nathaniel Hawthorne: * Rappaccini’s Daughter Librivox

  22. 03052010 Bernard Cornwell: The Last Kingdom
  23. 03132010 Charles Dickens: * Barnaby Rudge Librivox
  24. 03182010 Wilkie Collins: * No Name Librivox
  25. 03202010 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: * The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Librivox
  26. 03212010 Bernard Cornwell: Agincourt
  27. 03262010 Agatha Christie: A Murder is Announced
  28. 03262010 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: * The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Librivox
  29. 03292010 Barton Wood Currie & Augustin McHugh: * Officer 666 Librivox
  30. 03292010 Orville and Wilbur Wright: * The Early History of the Airplane Librivox
  31. 03302010 C S Harris: What Remains of Heaven
  32. 03312010 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: * The Hound of the Baskervilles Librivox

  33. 04152010 Elizabeth George: Playing for The Ashes
  34. 04152010 Charles Dickens: * The Life & Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit Librivox
  35. 04272010 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: * The Return of Sherlock Holmes Librivox
  36. 04292010 P D James: Cover Her Face
  37. 04302010 Annie Fellows Johnston: * The Little Colonel Librivox

  38. 05132010 Agatha Christie: Murder on The Orient Express
  39. 05232010 Robert B Parker: Split Image
  40. 05312010 M C Beaton: Death of a Valentine
  41. 05312010 Charles Dickens: * Dombey & Son Librivox

  42. 06112010 Lee Goldberg: Mr Monk in Trouble
  43. 06182010 Agatha Christie: The Mystery of The Blue Train
  44. 06232010 Charles Dickens: * Bleak House Librivox

  45. 07022010 Mary Johnston: * To Have & To Hold Librivox

Author Comments: 

Completed/Goals: Audio: 22/68 Books: 22/39

* is an audio book, probably from Librivox.org
# read online, probably at Project Gutenberg
^ reread

I suggest you to read Sherlock Holmes Was Wrong: Reopening the Case of the Hound of the Baskervilles by Pierre Bayard. I really like this book, the Bayard theory is even more believable than the official one. The murderer is not the one we think!

Hello Nance!
I will be looking at other author's Sherlock Holmes once I finish with the original series. Thanks for the suggestion!

I want to say, Bayard's Sherlock Holmes Was Wrong have some big spoilers from:

- Arthur Conan Doyle: The Hound of the Baskervilles (of course!)
- Arthur Conan Doyle: The Final Problem short story from The Memoirs

- Agatha Christie: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (the final twist, he also thinks that Poirot was wrong!)
- Agatha Christie: Towards Zero (help for his Hound theory)

I'll keep these in mind. Thank you.