Books that I’ve read and enjoyed…

Since I’ve decided that this will be my Digital Diary, and also because I am a super bookworm, I’ve decided to put down all the books I’ve read. I read on an average four to six books a week all of them borrowed from Singapore’s Public Library System. This does not account the e-books that I borrow from the same source.

2010: August

01. The Secret Heiress – Judith Gold (Fiction, Romance)

02. Mrs Perfect – Jane Porter (Fiction)
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03. Sins of a Duke – Suzanne Enoch (Fiction, Historical Romance)

04. Glimpses: Cameos of Malaysian Life – Adibah Amin (Non Fiction, Travelogue)

05. Butter Chicken in Ludhiana: Travels in Small Town India – Pankaj Mishra (Non Fiction, Travelogue)

06. Island of Demons – Nigel Barley (Fiction, Historical)

07. Vampyres of Hollywood – Adrienne Barbeau & Michael Scott (Fiction, Fantasy)

08. Nine Lives: In Search of the Sacred in Modern India – William Dalrymple (Non Fiction, Travelogue)

09. Good-bye to all that – Margo Candela (Fiction)

10. The Prophecy – Chris Kuzneski (Fiction)

11. Cutting for Stone – Abraham Verghese (Fiction)

12. The Devil Wears Tartan – Karen Ranney (Fiction, Historical Romance)

13. The Great Railway Bazaar – Paul Theroux (Fiction, Travelogue)

14. The Hall of a Thousand Columns – Tim Mackintosh-Smith (Fiction, Travelogue)

15. A South Indian Journey – Michael Wood (Fiction, Travelogue)

16. The Oxford Book of Irish Short Stories – William Trevor (Fiction, Short Stories)

17. Quick Study: A Murder 101 Mystery – Maggie Barbieri (Fiction, Mystery)

18. The Earl Claims His Wife – Cathy Maxwell (Fiction, Historical Romance)

19. Bride Enchanted – Edith Layton (Fiction, Historical Romance)

20. Always A Scoundrel – Suzanne Enoch (Fiction, Historical Romance)

21. The Pale Horse – Agatha Christie (Fiction, Mystery)

22. Grave Goods – Ariana Franklin (Fiction, Mystery)

23. Death by Design – Barbara Nadel (Fiction, Mystery)

24. The Other Family – Joanna Trollope (Fiction)

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2 thoughts on “Books that I’ve read and enjoyed…

  1. How do you find time to read so much? You must be very well organised.
    Some of these books I’ve never heard of and their titles look intriguing. I’ll have to see if my local library has them.

  2. Hi, Thanks for dropping by and commenting. I generally read before bed, while travelling and generally have a book with me at all times. The books above are just for the period of a month. Read my series In My Hands Today for the books I’ve read in the last two odd months! Practically all the books have been borrowed from my local library.

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