111 books in 2011

I am not the only one aspiring to this
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Short - Read Fast.
1. Caroline: A Mystery, by Cornelius Medvei
2. The Legacy, by Katherine Webb
3. Trust Me, by Lesley Pearse
4. Cleo, by Helen Brown
5. One Red PaperClip, by Kyle MacDonald
6. On Beauty, by Zadie Smith
7. Snow Falling on Cedars, by David Gutering
8. Tinkers, by Paul Harding
9. Recipe for Bees, by Gail Anderson-Dargatz
10. Playing with the Grown-ups, by Sophie Dahl
11. The Saffron Gate, by Linda Holeman
12. The Vineyard, by Barbara Delinsky
13. Four Wives, by Wendy Walker
14. My Dirty Little Book of Stolen Time, by Liz Jensen
15. Good in Bed, by Jennifer Weiner
16. Because She Can, by Bridie Clark
17. The Love Academy, Belinda Jones
18. Why Mermaids Sing, by C.S. Harris
19. Tamburlaine Must Die, by Louise Welsh
20. A Cup of Tea, by Amy Ephron
21. Girls of Riyadh, by Rajaa Alsanea
22. One Sunday Morning, by Amy Ephron
23. The Book Boy, by Joanna Trollope
24. White Rose (Una Rosa Blanca), by Amy Ephron
25. The Secret Between Us, by Barbara Delinsky
26. Head Over Heels, by Jill Mansell
27. Two's Company, by Jill Mansell
28. The Cry of the Go-Away Bird, by Andrea Eames
29. Millie's Fling, by Jill Mansell
30. Water for Elephants, by Sara Gruen
31.The Secret Life of Josephine, by Carolly Erickson
32. Hannah Waters and the daughter of Johann Sebastian Bach, by Barbara Nickel
33. Whitethorn Woods, by Maeve Binchy
34. Dakota Born, by Debbie Macomber
35. Dakota Home, by Debbie Macomber
36. Always Dakota, by Debbie Macomber
37. Forever Nude, by Guy Goffette
38. The Distant Hours, by Kate Morton
39. Kamchatka, by Marcelo Figueras
40. 84 Charing Cross Road, by Helene Hanff
41. The Help, by Kathryn Stockett
42. An Offer You Can't Refuse, by Jill Mansell
43. An Elegy for Easterly, by Petina Gappah
44. Sons of Fortune, by Jeffrey Archer
45. Never Let Me Go, by Kazuo Ishiguro
46. Emily Carr: The Incredible Life and Adventures of a West Coast Artist, by Cat Klerks
47. The Mermaid Chair, by Sue Monk Kidd
48. Letters from Home, by Kristina McMorris
49. Mudbound, by Hillary Jordan
50. Blink, by Malcolm Gladwell
51. Goodbye Sarajevo, by Atka Reid & Hana Schofield
52. The Villa Girls, by Nicky Pellegrino
53. The Fourth Estate, by Jeffrey Archer
54. The Jester of Astapovo, by Rose Tremain
55. Tangled Web, by Doris Lessing
56. Anne of Green Gables, by L.M. Montgomery
57. The Tsarina's Daughter, by Carolly Erickson
58. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, by J.K. Rowling
59. Quentins, by Maeve Binchy
60. When God Was a Rabbit, by Sarah Winman
61. The Little Giant of Aberdeen County, by Tiffany Baker
62. Fly Away Home, by Jennifer Weiner
63. Room, by Emma Donoghue 
64. Everyone Worth Knowing, by Lauren Weisberger 
65. Fast Friends, by Jill Mansell
66. Secrets, by Lesley Pearse
67. Burning Bright, by Tracy Chevalier
68. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, by J.K. Rowling
69. Friday Nights, by Joanna Trollope
70. Imagined London, by Anna Quindlen
71. Poor Little Bitch Girl, by Jackie Collins
72. Ellis Island, by Kate Kerrigan
73. The Writing on my Forehead, by Nafisa Haji
74. Unsafe Attachments, by Caroline Oulton
75. Only Time Will Tell, by Jeffrey Archer
76. Married to a Bedouin, by Marguerite Van Geldermalsen
77. The Red Tent, by Anita Diamant 
78. The Thread, by Victoria Hislop
79. The Whitechapel Conspiracy, by Anne Perry
80. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Classic Starts)
81. The Retribution, by Val McDermid
82. Who Moved My Cheese, by Spencer Johnson
83. Got You Back, by Jane Fallon
84. The Kindness of Your Nature, by Linda Olsson
85. The Pilgrimage, by Paulo Coelho
86. The Water's Edge, by Karin Fossum
87. Purge, by Sofi Oksanen
88. Hypothermia, by Arnaldur Indridason
89. The Girl in the Red Coat, by Roma Ligocka
90. La's Orchestra Saves the World, by Alexander McCall Smith
91. Proust's Overcoat, by Lorenza Foschini
92. Farewell to Lancashire, by Anna Jacobs
93. Pereira Maintains, by Antonio Tabucchi
94. Revolution 2020, by Chetan Bhagat
95. The Chapel at the Edge of the World, by Kirsten McKenzie
96. Tears of the Giraffe, by Alexander McCall Smith


  1. That is an amazing start to the challenge Ann!

  2. Great idea! I wish I'd kept track of all the books I've read this year... The list is only growing!! And I love 'Snow Falling on Cedars'...

  3. I love your collection, great choices.