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Books I Have Read This Year

  • Albert Camus: A Happy Death (****)
  • Orhan Pamuk: The Naive And The Sentimental Novelist (***)
  • John Collier: His Monkey Wife (**)
  • Matthew Kneale: English Passengers (***)
  • Doris Lessing: The Summer Before The Dark (****)
  • Adrian Conan Doyle: The Exploits Of Sherlock Holmes (*****)
  • Albert Camus: Exile And The Kingdom (*****)
  • Daniel Defoe: Moll Flanders (*****)
  • Stephen King: 'Salem's Lot (*****)
  • Tom Sharpe: Blott On The Landscape (*****)
  • Euripides: Medea/Hacube/Electra/Heracles (*****)
  • Steve Kettmann: Baseball Maverick (****)
  • Tim Clissold: Mr. China (****)
  • J.B. Priestley: Lost Empires (****)
  • Tom Sharpe: The Throwback (*****)
  • J.B. Priestley: The Other Place (*****)
  • Connie Mack: My 66 Years In The Big Leagues (*****)
  • Dashiell Hammett: The Glass Key (***)
  • Yasunari Kawabata: Beauty And Sadness (***)
  • The Declaration Of Independence
  • Peter Stone & Sherman Edwards: 1776 (*****)
  • Kazuo Ishiguro: The Unconsoled (**)
  • Jack Livings: The Dog (****)
  • Steve Hagen: Buddhism Plain And Simple (***)
  • Larry Schechter: Winning Fantasy Baseball (****)
  • Michael Crichton: Travels (****)
  • Michel Faber: The Book Of Strange New Things (*)
  • Aesop: Fables (*****)
  • Charles Dickens: Hard Times (***)
  • Yasunari Kawabata: The Sound Of The Mountain (***)
  • Bette Bao Lord: Legacies (****)
  • Mel Torme: It Wasn't All Velvet (****)
  • Franz Xaver von Schönwerth: The Turnip Princess And Other Fairy Tales (****)
  • John Lange (Michael Crichton): Easy Go (****)
  • Martin Aston: Facing The Other Way (*****)
  • Leon Uris: A God In Ruins (***)
  • Evelyn Waugh: The Loved One (*****)
  • Charlton Heston: The Actor's Life (Journals 1956-1976) (****)
  • Agatha Christie: MISS MARPLE The Complete Short Stories (*****)
  • Graham Greene: A Sort Of Life (*****)
  • Dorothy L. Sayers: Whose Body? (****)
  • Dorothy L. Sayers: Clouds Of Witness (***)
  • Richard Bernstein: The East, The West, And Sex (****)
  • Elias Canetti: The Conscience Of Words (***)
  • Leon Uris: Topaz (***)
  • Bruce Robinson: They All Love Jack (****)
  • A Choice Of Comic And Curious Verse (*****)
  • Charlton Heston: In The Arena (****)
  • John Lange (Michael Crichton): Scratch One (****)
  • The Vintage Book Of War Fiction (*****)
  • Graham Greene: Ways Of Escape (*****)
  • Michael Crichton: Five Patients (****)
  • M.R. James: Count Magnus And Other Ghost Stories (*****)
  • M.R. James: The Haunted Dolls' House And Other Ghost Stories (*****)
  • Graham Greene: No Man's Land (****)
  • George R. Stewart: Names On The Land (***)
  • Marco Polo: Travels (***)
  • Classic Horror Stories (*****)
  • Donald Honig: Baseball When The Grass Was Real (*****)
  • Donald Honig: Baseball Between The Lines (*****)
  • Robert Montgomery Bird: Sheppard Lee (****)
  • Edwin Newman: I Must Say (****)
  • Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe: The Sorrows Of Young Werther (****)
  • Lord Chesterfield: Letters (****)
  • Amos Oz: A Tale Of Love And Darkness (***)
  • Lord Dunsany: In The Land Of Time And Other Fantasy Tales (****)
  • Franz Kafka: The Castle (****)
  • James Bradley: The China Mirage (*****)
  • Franz Kafka: The Trial (****)
  • Rex Stout: Death Times Three (****)
  • John Mortimer: Summer's Lease (****)
  • Jeffery Hudson (Michael Crichton): A Case Of Need (****)
  • The Signet Classic Book Of American Short Stories (****)
  • Ed McBain: Downtown (****)
  • Earl Weaver: It's What You Learn After You Know It All That Counts (*****)
  • Agatha Christie: Ordeal By Innocence (****)
  • Jean Rhys: Voyage In The Dark (**)
  • Britta Lee Shain: Seeing The Real You At Last (*)
  • John D. MacDonald: A Deadly Shade Of Gold (***)
  • Bonnie MacBird: Art In The Blood (*****)
  • Nathanael West: Miss Lonelyhearts (*****)
  • Nathanael West: The Day Of The Locust (****)
  • T.H. White: Mistress Masham's Repose (****)
  • Dick York: The Seesaw Girl And Me (****)
  • Ngaio Marsh: Final Curtain (***)
  • Barney Hoskyns: Small Town Talk (****)
  • Daniel Keyes: Flowers For Algernon (****)
  • Joanna Waley-Cohen: The Sextants Of Beijing (**)
  • Herbert Read: The Green Child (***)
  • Umberto Eco: Numero Zero (*****)
  • Graham Greene: The Tenth Man (*****)
  • Mark Z. Danielewski: The Familiar Volume 1 (**)
  • Robert Harris: Fatherland (*****)
  • Kurt Vonnegut: We Are What We Pretend To Be (*****)
  • C.E. Morgan: The Sport Of Kings (***)
  • Suki Kim: The Interpreter (****)
  • J.D. Salinger: The Catcher In The Rye (*****)
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Tales Of Terror And Mystery (*****)
  • Robert Harris: The Fear Index (***)
  • (ed.) George Mann: Encounters Of Sherlock Holmes (***)
  • Elvis Costello: Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink (***)
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