Books Read in 2015

Below are the books I have read so far in 2015:

1. The Catcher in the Rye-  J.D. Salinger
2. Deadly Innocence- Scott Burnside & Alan Cairns
3. The Lowland- Jhumpa Lahiri
4. Murder Past Due- Miranda James
5. 3,096 Days- Natascha Kampusch
6. The Truth- Peter James
7. Death at SeaWorld- David Kirby
8. The French Powder Mystery- Ellery Queen
9. The Six Wives of Henry VIII- Alison Weir
10. What She Left- T.R. Richmond
11. Family Matters- Rohinton Mistry
12. The Bookshop Book- Jen Campbell
13. Ivy Lane- Cathy Bramley
14. The Entity- Frank De Felitta
15. The Night Guest- Fiona Mc Farlane
16. Harvesting the Heart- Jodi Picoult
17. The World is full of Divorced Women- Jackie Collins
18. Inkheart- Cornelia Funke
19. The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes- Anna McPartlin
2
0. The Museum of Things Left Behind- Seni Glaister
21. The Girl on the Train- Paula Hawkins
22. The Hidden Cottage- Erica James
23. Harold Shipman: Prescription for Murder- Brian Whittle & Jean Ritchie
24. Howards End is on the Landing: A Year of Reading from Home- Susan Hill
25. Inkspell- Cornelia Funke
26. This is Paradise! My North Korean Childhood- Hyok Kang
27. The Lady in the Tower: the fall of Anne Boleyn- Alison Weir
28. The Miniaturist- Jessie Burton
29. Seductive Poison: a Jonestown Survivor’s Story of Life and Death in the People’s Temple- Deborah Layton
30. Horns- Joe Hill
31. Lust Killer- Anne Rule
32. Tortilla Flat- John Steinbeck
33. The Kabul Beauty School- Deborah Rodriguez
34. Classified as Murder- Miranda James
35. Kiss Kiss- Roald Dahl
36. The Little Stranger- Sarah Waters
37. Casting Off- Emma Bamford
38. Burmese Days- George Orwell
39. Dreamer- Peter James
40. Left Neglected- Lisa Genova
41. The Yellow House- Martin Gayford

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