*Anna Karenina, Leo Tolstoy (7/01)

Memoirs of a Geisha, Arthur Golden (11/01)

*Dombey and Son, Charles Dickens (7/01)

The Nutmeg of Consolation, Patrick O’Brian (re-read, 4/01)

American Tabloid, James Ellroy (DNS)

The Black Dahlia, James Ellroy (abandoned)

Blue at the Mizzen, Patrick O’Brian (6/01)

Riding the Bullet, Stephen King (3/01)

Galileo’s Daughter, Dava Sobel (6/01)

Dreamcatcher, Stephen King (5/01)

*King Lear, Shakespeare (6/01)

Great Expectations, Charles Dickens (5/01)

A Thousand Acres, Jane Smiley (4/01)

The White Mountains, John Christopher (5/01)

The City of Gold and Lead, John Christopher (5/01)

The Pool of Fire, John Christopher (5/01)

When the Tripods Came, John Christopher (5/01)

High Fidelity, Nick Hornby (5/01)

Unsolved Mysteries of the Arctic, Stefansson (6/01)

The Old Curiosity Shop, Charles Dickens (abandoned)

The Warden, Anthony Trollope (9/01)

Mr. Midshipman Hornblower, C.S. Forester (8/01)

Little House on Rocky Ridge, Roger Lea MacBride (8/01)

Little House in the Ozarks, Roger Lea MacBride (8/01)

Lieutenant Hornblower, C.S. Forester (9/01)

*Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevenson (re-read, 8/01)

*Three Men in a Boat, Jerome K. Jerome (8/01)

The Skull Beneath the Skin, P.D. James (7/01)

An Old-Fashioned Girl, Louisa May Alcott (re-read, 8/01)

Notes From a Small Country, Bill Bryson (8/01)

The Biographer’s Tale, A.S. Byatt (8/01)

Vichy France and the Jews, Marrus, Paxton, and Hoffman (9/01)

Black House, Stephen King and Peter Straub (9/01)

Hornblower and the Hotspur, C.S. Forester (10/01)

*A Series of Unfortunate Events, Lemony Snicket (re-read, 10-11/01 — 8 vol.)

Original Sin, P.D. James (9/01)

Shopgirl, Steve Martin (12/01)

Perish Twice, Robert Parker (12/01)

Angels and Insects, A.S. Byatt (12/01)

*The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman (12/01)

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