Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Books Read in 2014

After reading several bloggers' lists of books read in 2014, I decided to add my list.  Since most of my reading is done on my iPad with the Kindle app, it was easy to reconstruct the list.  Also, in 2014 I finally learned to use the Overdrive app to borrow e-books from our local library.  Easy, and best of all, free!

Here's my list.  You'll notice that when I find an author I like, I read as many of his/hers as I can get my hands on!  The titles in blue text were probably my favorites last year.  Which of these books have you read and liked/disliked? 


Simple Genius (King & Maxwell) David Baldacci
First Family (King & Maxwell) David Baldacci
Two Mrs. Abbotts (Miss Buncle) D.E. Stevenson
Six Years Harlen Coben
Still Life with Bread Crumbs Anna Quindlen
Why Shoot a Butler? Georgette Heyer
Bruno, Chief of Police Martin Walker
The House on First Street Julia Reed
Death of an Old Git (Falconer Files 1) Andrea Frazer
The Wives of Los Alamos TaraShea Nesbit
While We Were Watching Downton Abbey Wendy Wax
The Back Door Man Dave Buschi
Ten Beach Road Wendy Wax
Ocean Beach Wendy Wax
Magnolia Wednesdays Wendy Wax
Christmas at the Beach Wendy Wax
The Dressmaker Kate Alcott
Circle of Three Patricia Gaffney
The Apprentice (Rizzoli & Isles) Tess Gerritsen
Ice Cold (Rizzoli & Isles) Tess Gerritsen
Presumed Guilty Tess Gerritsen
The Silent Girl Tess Gerritsen
Absolute Power David Baldacci
The Camel Club David Baldacci
Ten Tales Told (short stories) E.L. Smith
The Collectors David Baldacci
Stone Cold (Camel Club) David Baldacci
Divine Justice (Camel Club) David Baldacci
The Whole Truth David Baldacci
Last Man Standing David Baldacci
The Forgotten Affairs of Youth (Isabel Dalhousie) Alex McCall Smith
The Weird Sisters Eleanor Brown
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake Aimee Bender
The Cookbook Collector: A Novel Allegra Goodman
Orphan Train: A Novel Christina Baker Kline
Heading Out to Wonderful Robert Goolrick
The Cornish Coast Murder John Bude
The Pieces We Keep Kristina McMorris
A Partial History of Lost Causes Jennifer Dubois
Desert Heat (Joanna Brady series) J. A. Jance
The Husband's Secret Liane Moriarty
The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet David Mitchen
A Brewing Storm Richard Castle
Keeper of the Bride Tess Gerritsen
The Rosie Project Graeme Simsion
Started Early, Took My Dog Kate Atkinson
The Red House Mark Haddon
I Am Pilgrim Terry Hayes
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry Rachel Joyce
The Hit David Baldacci
The Innocent David Baldacci
The Target David Baldacci
Looking for Me Beth Hoffman
Heat Wave Richard Castle
The Kashmir Shawl Rosie Thomas
Heat Rises Richard Castle
Naked Heat Richard Castle
Frozen Heat Richard Castle
31 Days to a Staged Home Leslie Hoyt
1Q84 Haruki Murakami
Deadly Heat Richard Castle
Three Wishes Liane Moriarty
The Long Way Home Louise Penny
A Year of Biblical Womanhood Rachel Held Evans
Grandma Gatewood's Walk Ben Montgomery
The Ladies' Room Carolyn Brown
The Land of Mango Sunsets Dorothea Benton Frank
Small Blessings Martha Woodroof
Color Your Style David Zyla
The Temporary Wife/Promise of Spring Mary Balogh
Some Luck Jane Smiley
A Christmas Bride/Beau Mary Balogh
To Dwell in Darkness Deborah Crombie
You Should Have Known Jean Hanff Korelitz
The Mephisto Club Tess Gerritsen
Vanish Tess Gerritsen
The Keepsake Tess Gerritsen
The Sinner Tess Gerritsen
The Paying Guests Sarah Waters
Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up Marie Kondo
Reign of Error  Diane Ravitch
Life Support Tess Gerritsen
The Midwife Jolina Petersheim
The Outcast Jolina Petersheim
The Tidewater Sisters Lisa Wingate
Everything I Never Told You Celeste Ng
Gray Mountain John Grisham
Helen's Babies John Habberton
Faithful Place Tana French
Broken Harbor Tana French
Last to Die Tess Gerritsen
Girl Missing Tess Gerritsen
In Their Footsteps Tess Gerritsen
Where'd You Go, Bernadette Maria Semple
Station Eleven Emily St. John Mandel
Big Little Lies Liane Moriarty
Die Again (Rizzoli & Isles) Tess Gerritsen

4 comments:

  1. I do the same thing when I find an author I like. I'm reading a David Baldacci book right now. I have a long list I read in 2014 and will read even more I hope in 2015!

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  2. What an amazing reader you are! That is superb. I am going to have to borrow from your list!

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  3. I loved both the Louise Penny and Deborah Crombie books, too! The are two of my favorite authors!

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  4. Thanks for the suggestions, I am always looking for something new! I just finished Girl on a Train. Now I want to read Boys on a Boat, have to keep it fair! :)

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