Books Read in 2011

Books Read in 2011

Here I will once again be keeping a master list of all my reads for the year. Books that I have bolded are ones that I really enjoyed and highly recommend.

[January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December]

January (Books 1 –5 )

  1. Double Cross by James Patterson – REVIEW
  2. Judas Kiss by J.T. Ellison – REVIEW
  3. Where Are the Children? by Mary Higgins ClarkREVIEW
  4. Cross Country by James Patterson – REVIEW
  5. Alex Cross’s Trial by James Patterson – REVIEW

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February(Books 6 -10)

  1. Divine Justice by David Baldacci REVIEW
  2. Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson – REVIEW
  3. Dying for Chocolate by Diane Mott Davidson – REVIEW
  4. The Cereal Murders by Diane Mott Davidson – REVIEW
  5. The Tenth Justice by Brad Meltzer REVIEW

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March(Books 11 – 16)

  1. Blood of My Brother by James LePore – REVIEW
  2. The Sherlockian by Graham MooreREVIEW
  3. I, Alex Cross by James Patterson – REVIEW
  4. Deed So by Katharine Russell – REVIEW
  5. Supreme Justice by Phillip Margolin REVIEW
  6. The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly – REVIEW

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April(Books 17 – 21)

  1. A World I Never Made by James LePore – REVIEW
  2. The Vig by John Lescroart – REVIEW
  3. The Alexandria Link by Steve BerryREVIEW
  4. Killing Her Softly by Beverly Barton – REVIEW
  5. Break Neck by Erica SpindlerREVIEW

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May(Books 22 – 26)

  1. The Last Suppers by Diane Mott Davidson – REVIEW
  2. 10th Anniversary by James Patterson & Maxine PaetroREVIEW
  3. Sandstorm by James Rollins – REVIEW
  4. Eighth Scroll by Laurence Brown – REVIEW
  5. The Shadow of Your Smile by Mary Higgins ClarkREVIEW

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June(Books 27 – 32)

  1. Blood Oath by Christopher FarnsworthREVIEW
  2. The Hundredth Man by Jack Kerley – REVIEW
  3. The Cold Room by J.T. EllisonREVIEW
  4. Lost Souls by Lisa Jackson – REVIEW
  5. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay AsherREVIEW
  6. Cross Fire by James PattersonREVIEW\

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July(Books 33 – 39)


  1. The Help by Kathryn StockettREVIEW
  2. Hell’s Corner by David BaldacciREVIEW
  3. Shelter by Harlan CobenREVIEW
  4. Cop Hater by Ed McBain – REVIEW
  5. The Chancellor Manuscript by Robert Ludlum – REVIEW
  6. Lonely Deceptions by D.R. Willis – REVIEW
  7. Whiskey Sour by J.A. KonrathREVIEW

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August(Books 40 – 48)


  1. Closer than Blood by Gregg OlsenREVIEW
  2. Hotwire by Alex Kava – REVIEW
  3. William and Kate: A Royal Love Story by Christopher Andersen – REVIEW
  4. Untouchable by Scott O’Connor – REVIEW
  5. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. RowlingREVIEW
  6. Still Missing by Chevy StevensREVIEW
  7. Connected by Kathryn Gayle – REVIEW
  8. The Silent Girl by Tess GerritsenREVIEW
  9. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. RowlingREVIEW

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September(Books 49 – 57)

  1. Portrait of a Monster by Lisa Pulitzer & Cole Thompson – REVIEW
  2. Private by James Patterson & Maxine PaetroREVIEW
  3. We’re Not Leaving: 9/11 Responders Tell Their Stories of Courage, Sacrifice, and Renewal by Benjamin J. Luft, M.D. – REVIEW
  4. The Lions of Lucerne by Brad ThorREVIEW
  5. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by J.K. RowlingREVIEW
  6. The Blue Edge of Midnight by Jonathon King – REVIEW
  7. The Guardian by Robbie Cheuvront & Erik Reed – REVIEW
  8. It’s Classified by Nicolle WallaceREVIEW
  9. Path of the Assassin by Brad Thor – REVIEW

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October(Books 58 – 60)

  1. State of the Union by Brad Thor – REVIEW
  2. The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen – REVIEW
  3. Envy by Gregg Olsen – REVIEW

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November(Books 61 – 63)

  1. The Confession by John Grisham – REVIEW
  2. Over the Edge by Jonathan Kellerman – REVIEW
  3. The Baffled Beatlemaniac Caper by Sally Carpenter – REVIEW
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December(Books 64 – )

  1. Kill Alex Cross by James Patterson – REVIEW
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