Books read in 2018

January

  1. John Le Carré – Tinker, Taylor, Soldier, Spy (1974).
  2. Renate Dorrestein – Het hemelse gerecht (1991).
  3. Madeleine Wickham – Het tennisweekend (1995).
  4. Suzanne Vermeer – Noorderlicht (2012).
  5. Carlos Ruiz Zafón – Het labyrint van de geesten (2017).

February

  1. Val McDermid – Forensics: The Anatomy of Crime (2014).
  2. Dana Stabenow – Prepared for Rage (2008).
  3. Mark Watson – Eleven (2010).
  4. David W. Walker – The Final Deduction: The Last of Sherlock Holmes (2011).
  5. H.G. Wells – The Star (1897).
  6. Dan Brown – Origin (2017).
  7. Anita Shreve – A Wedding in December (2005).

March

  1. Iain Ryan – Four Days (2015).
  2. Agatha Christie – Partners in crime (1929).
  3. Geert Mak – De levens van Jan Six (2016).
  4. Agatha Christie – The Seven Dials Mystery (1929).
  5. Tess Gerritsen – Diagnose besmet (1997).
  6. Toby Neal – Blood Orchids (2011).

April

  1. David Baddiel – The Secret Purposes (2004).
  2. Joël Goldman – Shakedown (2008).
  3. Camilla Ceder – Babylon (2013).
  4. Alexandre Dumas – The Count of Monte Cristo (1846).
  5. Haruki Murakami – De moord op Commendatore (2017).

May

  1. Iain M. Banks – Against a dark background (1993).
  2. Alex Kava – Damaged (2010).
  3. Beryl Bainbridge – Every man for himself (1996).
  4. Fingers Murphy – Everything I tell you is a lie (2011).
  5. Sue Grafton – M is for malice (1996).
  6. Suzanne Vermeer – Bella Italia (2011).
  7. Ian McEwan – The Children Act (2014).

June

  1. Nicci French – Blauwe maandag (2011).
  2. Graham Greene – The Ministry of Fear (1943).
  3. Nicci French – Dinsdag is voorbij (2012).
  4. Alexander Maksik – You deserve nothing (2011).
  5. Nicci French Wachten op woensdag (2013).
  6. Anita Shreve – The weight of water (1997).
  7. Nicci French – Donderdagskinderen (2014).

July

  1. Barbara Kingsolver – The Poisonwood Bible (1998).
  2. Nicci French – Denken aan vrijdag (2015).
  3. W. Somerset Maughan – Liza of Lambeth (1897).
  4. Nicci French – Als het zaterdag wordt (2016).
  5. George R. R. Martin – The Armageddon Rag (1983).
  6. Agatha Christie – The Murder at the Vicarage (1930).
  7. Nicci French – Zondagochtend breekt aan (2017).
  8. Agatha Christie – The body in the Library (1942).
  9. Nicci French – De dag van de doden (2018).

August

  1. Agatha Christie – The Secret Adversary (1922).
  2. P. G. Woodhouse – Love among the chickens (1906).
  3. Arthur Philips – The Egyptologist (2004).
  4. John Le Carré – The Honourable Schoolboy (1977).
  5. Anita Shreve – The Pilot’s Wife (1998).
  6. Jussi Adler-Olsen – De vrouw in de kooi (2007).

September

  1. Paul Auster – 4 3 2 1 (2017).

October

  1. Robert Galbraith – The Cuckoo’s Calling (2013).
  2. Robert Galbraith – The Silkworm (2014).
  3. Robert Galbraith – Career of Evil (2016).
  4. Matthew Lewis – The Monk (1796).
  5. Robert Galbraith – Lethal White (2018).
  6. Hans Vervoort – Eerlijk is vals (2001).
  7. Lee Child – Voltreffer (2005).

November

  1. Barbara Kingsolver – Animal Dreams (1990).
  2. David Baldacci – True Blue (2009).
  3. Avery Sawyer – Notes to Self (2011).
  4. Colin Campbell – A Woman’s Walks (1903).
  5. Agatha Christie – The Mysterious Mr. Quin (1930).

December

  1. Jodi Picoult – The Pact (1998).
  2. Ben H. Winters – The Last Policeman (2012).
  3. Joël Goldman – Deadlocked (2005).
  4. Joël Goldman – Dead Times Four (Lou Mason # 1-4).
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