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Read in 2008

These are the books I read in 2008, please feel free to read my individual book reviews by clicking on the links below:

January
When Ghosts Speak – Mary Ann Winkowski
The Remains of the Day – Kazuo Ishiguro
The Darkest Evening of the Year – Dean Koontz

February
Duma Key – Stephen King
Double Cross – James Patterson
Nostradamus – A Life and Myth by John Hogue

March
The Witch’s Trinity – Erika Mailman
Dracula – Bram Stoker
The Angel of Death – Paul Doherty
Embers – Sandor Marai

April
White Tiger – Kylie Chan

May
The Prince of Darkness – Paul Doherty
Ghostwalk – Rebecca Stott

June
Shatter – Michael Robotham
The Death Chamber – Sarah Rayne

July
When Murder Wears a Cowl – Paul Doherty
Stealing Shadows – Kay Hooper
The Celestine Prophecy – James Redfield

August
The Song of a Dark Angel – Paul Doherty
Christ the Lord – Road to Cana by Anne Rice
The Assassin in the Greenwood – Paul Doherty
Behind the Bestsellers – J. Bond & C. Sheedy
Second Chance – Jane Green
The Chronicles of Narnia – C.S. Lewis

September
The Keep – Jennifer Egan
7 Heavenly Virtues of Leadership – Management Today
Scarlet Letter – Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Lovely Bones – Alice Sebold

October
The Devil’s Hunt – Paul Doherty
Tower of Silence – Sarah Rayne
The Gargoyle – Andrew Davidson
The Tin Roof Blowdown – James Lee Burke

November
Death and the Arrow – Chris Priestley
The Servants – M. M. Smith
False Impression – Jeffrey Archer
Gilead – Marilynne Robinson
Spider Light – Sarah Rayne

December
The Watchers – Dean Koontz
Fridge Magnets are Bastards – Mark Dapin
The Chase – Clive Cussler
The War of the Worlds – H.G. Wells

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