This list is constantly changing, mostly getting longer. I tried to link to the source of my interest in certain books, especially those recommended by fellow bloggers. The ones with stars are not available in my library system (Houston), so I’ll have to buy a copy or borrow from somewhere else. If you have any comments on this list, please leave them here or on my main blog page. If you think you were the one who recommended one or more of these books to me and I didn’t credit you, please leave a comment or a link.
The Africa House by Christina Lamb. From Book Lust to Go, Zambia.
Africa on Six Wheels: A Semester on Safari by Betty Levitov.
Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks by John Curran. Reviewed by Fleurfisher.
Alive and Well in Prague, New York by Daphne Grub. Recommended at Ticket to Anywhere.
Alone: Orphaned on the Ocean by Richard Logan, PhD, and Tere Duperrault Fassbender. Recommended by Heather at Age 30+ . . . A Lifetime of Books.
Amazing Grace: A Vocabulary of Grace—Norris
And Still Peace Did Not Come: A Memoir of Reconciliation by Agnes Kamara-Umunna and Emily Holland.
Annals of the Parish–Galt
Bequest of Wings—Duff
Better Off–Brende Recommended by At a Hen’s Pace.
The Betrothed–Manzoni Recommended by Denny at The Book Den.
Between Walden and the Whirlwind: The Key to Order in an Overwhelming World–Fleming Recommended at Abiding.
Black as Night—Doman*
Bleak House by Charles Dickens. Recommended by Carrie at Reading to Know.
The Blue Umbrella by Mike Mason. Christy Award nominee 2010.
The Book of Fires by Jane Borodale.
Book of Seven Truths—Miller*
Book on the Bookshelf—Petroski
The Book That Made Your World: How the Bible Created the Soul of Western Civilization by Vishal Magalwadi. Recommended by Ben House.
Bound South by Susan Rebecca White. Recommended at S. Krishna’s Books.
The Boy in the Moon: A Father’s Journey to Understand His Extraordinary Son by Ian Brown. Recommended by Caribousmom.
Brief Intervals of Horrible Sanity—Gold*
The Broken Teaglass by Emily Arsenault. Recommended by Devourer of Books.
By What Authority—Benson
Byzantium by John Julius Norwich. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
The Call by Michael Grant. Cybils Middle Grade fantasy short list.
Captains from Castile—Shellabarger
The Chequer Board—Shute. Recommended by Will Duquette at View from the Foothills.
Christianity for Modern Pagans—Kreeft
Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. Recommended by Ink Slinger.
Club of Queer Trades–Chesterton
Cold Comfort Farm–Gibbons Recommended by Krakovianka
Consider the Fork by Bee Wilson. Recommended by Devourer of Books.
The Cottage Tales of Beatrix Potter by Susan Wittig Albert. Reviewed at Framed and Booked.
Counter Clockwise by Jason Cockcroft. Recommended by gautami tripathy.
Creed Without Chaos–Simmons Recommended by Middlebrow.
Crisis of Doubt: Honest Faith in Nineteenth Century England–Larsen
The Cross and the Prodigal by Kenneth E. Bailey. Recommended by Seth at Collateral Bloggage.
Crossing to Safety by Wallace Stegner. Recommended by Carol (Magistramater)
Dallas and the Spitfire by Ted Kluck and Dallas Jahncke. Reviewed by Lynn Coulter.
Decision Points by George W. Bush.
Doctor Mirabilis by James Blish. Recommended by Elliot at Claw of the Conciliator.
Domestic Affairs–Maynard Recommended by Debra, As I See It Now.
Dr. Johnson’s Dictionary—Hitchings*
Down the Garden Path—Nichols. Recommended at Mt. Hope Academy.
Dragon’s Keep– Recommended by Julie at A Reader’s Carousel.
Edge of Sadness—O’Connor
Edge of Time—Erdman*
Elegy for Iris–Bayley Recommended by Barbara Dafoe Whitehead.
The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything by Ken Robinson PhD with Lou Aronica. Recommended by Christine MM at The Thinking Mother.
Elizabeth and her German Garden—von Arnim. Recommended by Dani at A Work in Progress.
Endurance: An Epic of Polar Adventure by F.A. Worsley. Recommended by bekahcubed.
Escape from North Korea by Melanie Kirkpatrick. WORLD magazine’s 2013 Book of the Year.
Every Eye by Isobel English. Recommended by Fleurfisher. This “quiet story” from Persephone Books sounds delightful.
The Eye of Love by Margery Sharp. Recommended by Fluerfisher.
Eyes Wide Open by Steve DeWitt. Recommended by Tony Reinke.
Fair Stood the Wind for France by H.E. Bates. Recommended by kimbofo at Reading Matters.
Faith and Treason: The Story of the Gunpowder Plot by Antonia Fraser. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
The Faith of Ashish by Kay Marshall Strom. Recommended at Books in the Burbs.
Falling Together by Marisa de los Santos. Recommended by CarrieK at Books and Movies.
The First Clash: The Miraculous Greek Victory at Marathon and Its Impact on Western Civilization by Jim Lacey.
Fixing Abraham by Chris Tiegreen. Recommended by Becky at Operation Actually Read Bible.
Fooling Houdini by Alex Stone. Recommended at Indextrious Reader. And by Kim at Sophisticated Dorkiness.
Footsteps at the Lock—Knox
For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund.
Forgive Me–Ward. Recommended by Literary Feline.
Forgiving Solomon Long—Well
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton. Recommended at Small World Reads.
Forgotten Fatherland by Ben McIntyre.
Four Men—Belloc Recommended by George Grant at Grantian Florilegium.
Freedom at Midnight–Collins and LaPierre Recommended by Sage at Musings.
Ghost Writer by Rene Gutteridge. Reviewed by Word Lily.
Gizelle, Save the Children!–Hersh
Glory and Honor: The Musical and Artistic Legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach—Wilbur * Recommended by George Grant at Grantian Florilegium.
Going Somewhere—George Grant Recommended by Carol at MagistraMater.
Good to a Fault by Marina Endicott. Recommended by Dawn at 5 Minutes for Books.
Grace by Elizabeth Scott. Recommended by Becky.
The Grand Sophy by Georgette Heyer. Recommended by Cindy at Ordo Amoris.
The Great Emergence by Phyllis Tickle. Recommended by Raima at Complexity Simplified.
Greengage Summer—Godden Recommended by Lanier’s Books.
A Green Journey by John Hassler. Recommended by Carol at Magistra Mater.
Growing Pains: Diaries and Drawings from the Years 1908-1917—Gag*
Guy Langman, Crime Scene Procrastinator by Josh Berk.
Habits of the High-Tech Heart: Living Virtuously in the Information Age—Schultz
Halfway to Each Other: How a Year in Italy Brought Our Family Home by Susan and Tim Pohlman. Recommended by Jennifer at 5 Minutes for Books.
Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Recommended by Ti at Book Chatter.
Hallelujah–Featherstone Recommended by Booklogged: A Reader’s Journal.
Hammer and the Cross—Rohan and Scott
Hear No Evil by Matthew Paul Turner. Recommended by Stephen Lamb at Rabbit Room.
Hearts and Minds–Thornton. Recommended by Stefanie at So Many Books.
Heaven Without Her: A Desperate Daughter’s Search for the Heart of Her Mother’s Faith–Kitty Foth-Regner Recommended by Tim Challies.
HHhH by Laurent Binet. Recommended by Jackie at Farm Lane Books.
A History of the World in 100 Objects by Neil MacGregor. Recommended by Devourer of Books.
Hitler’s Canary–Toksvig Recommended at Becky’s Book Reviews.
Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture That’s Gone Stark Raving Mad by Rebecca Hagelin
Home With Fun: Ten Steps to Turn Your Home into a Fun Place to Live—Fitzmartin*
Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford. Recommended at Educating Petunia.
The House at Riverton by Kate Morton. Recommended by Wendy at caribousmom and by Random Wonderer.
House of Exile–Waln Recommended by Krakovianka
House on the Strand–du Maurier
The Household Guide to Dying by Debra Adelaide. Recommended by Dawn at 5 Minutes for Books.
Houseworks by Cynthia Townley Ewer.
Howards End Is on the Landing: A Year of Reading from Home by Susan Hill. Recommended by Beth at Weavings.
How Eskimos Keep Their Babies Warm by Mei-ling Hopgood. Reviewed at Becky’s Book Reviews.
The Human Bobby by Gabe Rotter. Recommended at Thoughts of Joy.
I Can’t Hear God Anymore: Life in a Dallas Cult—Duncan
I Am Hutterite: The Fascinating True Story of a Young Woman’s Journey to Reclaim Her Heritage by Mary Ann Kirkby. Recommended at My Life By Faith.
I’m Not Complaining—Adam
I Now Pronounce You Someone Else by Erin McCahan. Cybils YA Fiction 2010 shortlist.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. Recommended by Tim Challies.
In the Sanctuary of Outcasts by Neil White. Recommended at Whimpulsive.
In the Shadow of the Banyan by Vaddey Ratner. Recommended at Book Diary.
Indian Bride by Karin Fossum. Recommended by Sam Houston at Book Chase.
Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Recommended at Lines in Pleasant Places.
The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer. Recommended by Small Reads.
Invitation to the Classics–Cowan and Guinness Recommended by Deputy Headmistress, The Common Room.
Island by Aldous Huxley. LOST Reading Project.
Island of the World by Michael O’Brien. Recommended by Laura at Lines in Pleasant Places.
It’s Our Turn to Eat: The Story of a Kenyan Whistle-Blower by Michela Wrong. From Book Lust to Go.
Jesus in Beijing–Aikman
John Halifax, Gentleman—Dinah Mulock Craik*
Jonathan Edwards, A New Biography—Murray
Jungle Sunrise by Jonathan Williams. Recommended at RBC Library.
Justinian’s Flea: The First Great Plague And The End Of The Roman Empire by William Rosen. Recommended at Blacklin’s Reading Room.
Keeping House by Margaret Kim Peterson. Recommended by Carrie at Reading to Know.
Keeping the Feast by Paula Butterini.
Kensuke’s Kingdom–Morpurgo. Recommended by Nicola at Back to Books.
King of Ireland—Colum
The King’s Daughter by Sandra Worth. Recommended by Deanna at Mom Musings.
The Kitchen Counter Cooking School by Kathleen Flinn. Recommended by Devourer of Books.
Kitty, My Rib—Mall Recommended by Carrie at Reading to Know.
The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom. Recommended at Small World Reads.
The Lacuna by Barbara Kingsolver.
Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey by The Countess of Carnarvon. Recommended by Carrie at Reading to Know.
Lady Jane Grey—Cook
Lady of Quality by Georgette Heyer. Recommended at Deliciously Clean Reads.
Lamb in Love—Brown
The Land of Angels–Sampson Recommended by Sarah Johnson at Reading the Past.
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. Recommended by Heather at Book Addiction. And by CarrieK at Books and Movies.
The Lantern by Deborah Lawrenson. Recommended by Book Dilettante.
Lark in the Morn—Vipont*
The Last Cavalier by Alexandre Dumas. Recommended by Mindy Withrow.
The Last Child by John Hart. Recommended by CarrieK at Books and Movies.
The Last Greatest Magician in the World: Howard Thurston versus Houdini & the Battles of the American Wizards by Jim Steinmeyer.
The Last Prince of the Mexican Empire by C.M. Mayo. Recommended by Colleen Mondor at Chasing Ray.
The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner. Reviewed here by Heather at A Lifetime of Books.
Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures by Emma Straub. Recommended by Devourer of Books.
Liar and Spy by Rebecca Stead. Recommended by Stacy at Welcome to my Tweendom.
Lincoln Lawyer—Connelly. Recommended by Beth Fish.
The Little Book by Selden Edwards. Recommended by Lazy Gal.
Little Women and Me by Lauren Baratz-Logsted. Recommended by Jen Robinson.
London War Notes 1939 to 1945 by Mollie Panter-Downes. Reviewed by Fleurfisher.
The Long Escape–Werstein. Recommended by The Headmistress at The Common Room.
A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan. Recommended by Heather at Book Addiction.
Long Spoon Lane—Perry
Long Time Coming by Robert Goddard. Edgar Award 2011. Recommended by Danielle at A Work in Progress.
Looking for Alaska–Jenkins
Looking for Class—Fieler Recommended by Melissa at Mental Multivitamin.
Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen by Susan Gregg Gilmore. Reviewed by Kathy at Bermuda Onion.
The Lost Art of Mixing by Erica Bauermeister. Recommended by CarrieK at Books and Movies.
Lost Mission by Athol Dickson.
Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac—Field
Lucky Jim–Amis Recommended by laura at Lines in Pleasant Places—in a comment here.
Mad Mary Lamb—Hitchcock*
Mad World: Evelyn Waugh and the Secrets of Brideshead by Paula Byrne. Recommended by Lazygal at Killin’ Time Reading.
Man in the Woods by Scott Spencer. Recommended by Nicole at Linus’s Blanket.
The Man With the Cane by Jean Potts. Recommended by Fleurfisher.
Margaret Mitchell and John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone With the Wind–Walker. Recommended by Carrie at 5 Minutes for Books.
Mary Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley—Weir
The Master of Verona–Blixt. Recommended by Sarah at Reading the Past.
Memoirs of an Ordinary Pastor–D.A. Carson. Recommended by Staci at Writing and Living.
Memory of Old Jack—Berry
Michaelangelo and the Pope’s Ceiling—King
A Midnight Clear by William Wharton. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
Midnight Folk—Masefield. Recommended by T.H. White.
Miles from Nowhere—Savage
The Mind of the Maker by Dorothy Sayers. Recommended at A light in the Darkness of Knowledge.
Miniatures and Morals: The Christian Novels of Jane Austen—Leithart
The Miracle of Mercy Land by River Jordan. Recommended by Carrie at Reading to Know.
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo. Recommended by Emily at Homespun Light.
Miss Marjoribanks—Margaret Oliphant
Mr. Darcy’s Diary–Grange. Recommended at The Crooked Bookshelf.
Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan. Recommended by LazyGal. Also at Indextrious Reader.
Mr. Wilmer by Robert Lawson. Recommended by Carrie at Reading to Know.
Mrs. Buncle’s Book–Stevenson Recommended at Kate’s Book Blog. And also by Sarah at Library Hospital.
Mrs. Miniver by Jan Struther. Recommended by Sarah at Library Hospital.
Mrs. Polifax on Safari by Dorothy Gilman. From Book Lust to Go, Zambia.
Mrs. Robinson’s Disgrace by Kate Summerscale. Recommended at Tales from the Reading Room.
Mrs. Tim Carries On (Leaves from the Diary of an Officer’s Wife in the Year 1940) by D. E. (Dorothy Emily) Stevenson.
Moloka’i—Brennert Recommended by Amy Sleepy Reader.
Monique and the Mango Rains: Two Years With a Midwife in Mali by Kris Holloway.
Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness. Third book in the Knife of Never Letting Go trilogy.
Mother Tongue: English & How It Got That Way–Bryson
Moving Toyshop—Crispin Recommended by P.D. James.
Mr. Ives’ Christmas by Oscar Hijuelos. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
Murder Fantastical–Moyes Recommended by Cindy at Dominion family.
My Father’s Paradise by Ariel Sabar. Recommended at Jew Wishes.
My Garden of Memories—Wiggins
The Myth of a Christian Nation by Gregory Boyd. Recommended by Janet at Across the Page.
Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick.Based on the true story of Arn Chorn-Pond, who survived the Pol Pot Regime in Cambodia as a child.
New Way to Be Human—Peacock
Niamh and the Hermit—Snyder*
The Night Gift by Patricia McKillip. Recommended by Peter at Collecting Children’s Books
No Greater Love by Kathi Macias. Recommended at RBC Library. And by Judy at Carpe Libris.
North! Or Be Eaten by Andrew Peterson. Christy Award nomineee 2010.
Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl by N.D. Wilson. Recommended by Ink Slinger.
Novel Destinations–Smith and Rendon. Recommended at Book Psmith.
Numbers by Rachel Ward. Recommended by Jen Robinson.
Of Time and the River—Wolfe
Old Books, Rare Friends: Two Literary Sleuths and Their Shared Passions by Leona Rostenberg & Madeleine Stern. Recommended at Book Psmith.
Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout. Recommended at She Is Too Fond of Books.
On My Honor—Bauer. Recommended at Maw Books.
On Writing by Stephen King. LOST Reading Project.
The Only Road North–Mirandette. Recommended by Joy at Thoughts of Joy.
The Only True Genius in the Family by Jennie Nash. Recommended by Natasha at Maw Books.
The Other Side of the Dale by Gervase Phinn. Recommended by Magistramater.
Our First Revolution by Michael Barone. Recommended by Matthew Lee at Mere Orthodoxy.
Out of Africa by Isaak Dineson. Recommended by Carol (Magistramater)
Pace of a Hen–Benton Recommended by At a Hen’s Pace.
Paris to the Moon—Gopnik
Parnassus on Wheels—Morley
Party of One—Fadiman
Passage Home by Alison McLeay. Recommended at Reading the Past.
Passion, A Novel of the Romantic Poets—Morgan
A Passion for Books by Harold Rabinowitz and Rob Kaplan. Recommended by FatalisFortuna.
The Path of Celtic Prayer–Miller Recommended by Aaron at Sojourner’s Song.
Pearl of China by Anchee Min.
Penny Plain–Douglas Recommended by Carol at MagistraMater.
People I have Loved, Known or Admired—Rosten
The Piano Teacher by Janice Y.K. Lee.
The Pickle King by Rebecca Promitzer. Recommended at Chasing Ray.
A Place on Earth by Wendell Berry. Recommended by Carrie at Books and Movies.
Please Stop Laughing At Me—Blanco
Portrait of an Unknown Woman—Bennet Recommended by Danielle Torres at A Work in Progress.
Possible Futures: Creative Thinking For The Speed of Life by Jude Tredder-Woff. Recommended by Carrie at 5 Minutes for Books.
Power of the Powerless—De Vinck
Prayer Walking: A Journey of Faith by Dan Crawford and Calvin Miller. Recommended by Joe McKeever.
The Princess and the Hound–Harrison (B&N)
Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio—Ryan
Q & A by Vikas Swarup, Recommended by Jackie at Farm Lane Books.
Quotidian Mysteries—Norris Recommended by karen. And by Mental Multivitamin.
Racing Odysseus by Roger Martin. Recommended at Seasonal Soundings.
Radical by David Platt. Recommended by Leah at Good Reads.
Rating the First Ladies—Johnson
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater.
The Raw Shark Texts–Hall. Recommended by Literary Feline.
Reached by Ally Condie. Recommended by Becky at Becky’s Book Reviews.
Reading the OED by Ammon Shea. Recommended at The Book Lady’s Blog.
Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier. Also recommended by Heather. Watch the book trailer featuring author Tracy Chevalier.
Remembering Raquel–Vande Velde. Recommended by Miss Erin.
The Report by Jessica Francis Kane. Recommended at Farm Lane Books.
Riddlemaster Trilogy–McKillip Recommended by Martin LaBar at Sun and Shield.
Ride of Our Lives—Leonard
ridiculous/hilarious/terrible/cool: A Year in an American High School–Cooper. Recommended at Chasing Ray.
Road from Coorain–ker Conway Recommended in Susan Wise Bauer’s The Well-Educated Mind.
Road to Sardis—Plowman
Robbing the Bees–Bishop
Room by Emma Donoghue. Recommended everywhere. Pentimento. Judy at Carpe Libris.
The Rose Garden by Susanna Kearsley. Recommended by CarrieK at Books and Movies.
The Rule of Won by Stefan Petrucha. Recommended at Presenting Lenore.
Ruth–Mrs. Gaskell. Recommended by Sarah at Library Hospital.
Sailing the Wine Dark Sea—Cahill
Sarah—Orson Scott Card (B&N)
Satan’s Circus–Mike Dash (B&N)
A Savage War of Peace: Algeria 1954-1962 by Alistair Horne.
The Scent of God–Bissell. Recommended by Patry Francis at Simply Wait.
Schindler’s List by Thomas Keneally. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
The Seamstress by Frances de Pontes Peebles.
Secret Daughter by Shilpi Somaya Gowda. Recommended by Jennifer at 5 Minutes for Books.
Secret Histories: Finding George Orwell in a Burmese Teashop, by Emma Larkin. Recommended at Postcards from Asia.
Secret of the Rose–Thompson
The Secret War Against Hitler—Casey Recommended by Denny at The Book Den.
The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry. Recommended by Cindy at Ordo Amoris.
7 Professors of the Far North–Fardell Recommended by Camille at Book Moot and by Jen Robinson’s Book Page.
Shadow of the Bear—Doman
The Shadows by Jacqueline West. Cybils Middle Grade fantasy 2010 short list.
Shoot the Moon by Billie Letts. Recommended by Lauren at 5 Minutes for Books.
Short Day Dying–Hobbs Recommended by Mindy Withrow
Short History of a Small Place—Pearson Recommended by Kevin Holtsberry at Collected Miscellany, but I can’t find the post.
Smells Like Dog by Suzanne Selfors. Recommended by Becky.
Singularity–Sleator. Recommended by Fatalis Fortuna at the Fickle Hand of Fate.
Slant of Light by Steve Wiegenstein. Recommended by Sarah Johnson at Reading the Past.
Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut. LOST Reading Project.
Soldier’s Heart: Reading Literature Through Peace and War at West Point by Elizabeth D. Samet. Also recommended at Random Wonder.
The Soloist: A Lost Dream, an Unlikely Friendship, and the Redemptive Power of Music by Steve Lopez. Recommended at Melissa’s Betty and Boo Chronicles.
Sophie’s Choice by William Styron. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
The Spellman Files (and sequels) by Lisa Lutz. Recommended by S. Krishna.
Standing in the Rainbow—Flagg
Stardust–Gaiman Recommended by Petunia at Educating Petunia.
State of Wonder by Ann Patchett. Recommended at Tales from the Reading Room.
The Stone Leopard by Colin Forbes. LOST Reading Project.
Strand: An Odyssey of Pacific Ocean Debris by Bonnie Henderson. Recommended by Carrie at 5 Minutes for Books.
Stranger in the Forest–Hansen
Streams of Living Water—Foster
Summer at Tiffany by Marjorie Hart. Recommended by Carrie at 5 Minutes for Books.
The Survival Kit by Donna Freitas. Recommended by Becky at Becky’s Book Reviews.
The Swiss Courier by Tricia Goyer. Christy Award nominee 2010.
Sword at Sunset–Sutcliff
Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions by Greg Koukl. World Magazine recommendation.
A Tale of a Tub by Jonathan Swift. From 1001 Books.
The Taste of Sorrow by Jude Morgan. Recommended by Sarah Johnson at Reading the Past.
Tea with Hezbollah: Sitting at the Enemies Table Our Journey Through the Middle East by Ted Dekker and Carl Medearis.
The Tecate Journals: Seventy Days on the Rio Grande by Keith Bowden.
Tell Me Everything–Salway. Recommended at BookeyWookey.
Tenant of Wildfell Hall—Ann Bronte
Tender Graces by Kathryn Magendie. Recommended by Anna at Diary of an Eccentric.
Tender Is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
The Terror by Dan Simmons. Recommended by Ti at Book Chatter and Other Stuff.
Terrors of the Table–Gratzer
This Body of Death: An Inspector Lynley Novel by Elizabeth George. Recommended by Lisa at 5 Minutes for Books.
This Boy’s Faith: Notes from a Southern Baptist Upbringing by Hamilton Cain.
This Vast Land—Ambrose
A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-first Century by Oliver Van deMille. Suzanne used some categories from this book to talk about another book she was reviewing
Time and Chance—Penman
Time for Tea by Michelle Rivers. Recommended by Tea Party Girl.
The Time It Never Rained by Elmer Kelton.
The Timeless Land–Dark
Time Out for Happiness–Gilbreth
Tirra Lirra by the River–Anderson
To Fight in Silence—Wuorio Recommended by Kathryn at Suitable for Mixed Company
Tragedy at Law–Hare Recommended by P.D. James.
Travels in West Africa—Kingsley
Tree Grows in Brooklyn—Smith
Trouble’s Daughter: The Story of Susanna Hutchinson, Indian Captive by Katherine Kirkpatrick.
True Sisters by Sandra Dallas. Recommended at Small World Reads.
Truman by David McCullough.
Twenty Chickens for a Saddle: The Story of an African Childhood by Robyn Scott. From Book Lust to Go.
Two Loves of Will Shakespeare–Lawlor
Uncommon Reader–Bennett. Recommended by Sam Houston at Book Chase. And by Ruth, There Is No Such Place as a Godforsaken Town.
Under a Red Sky: Memoir of a Childhood in Communist Romania by Haya Leah Molnar
The Unfortunate Son by Constance Leeds. A French lad with a mysterious past is captured by pirates and sold into slavery in Tunisia in this thrilling 15th-century adventure.
Unspeakable Crime: The Prosecution and Persecution of Leo Frank, An by Elaine Marie Alphin.
Unstrange Minds: Remapping the World of Autism by Roy Richard Grinker. Recommended by Sandy at The Imponderabilia of Actual Life.
Walk in the Woods–Bryson
Walking a Literary Labyrinth by Nancy Malone. Recommended at Indextrious Reader.
Wand in the Word—Marcus
War Games by Audrey Couloumbis and Akila Couloumbis.
War Like No Other—Hanson
Washington Square by Henry James. In Great Books for Every Book Lover.
Watching the Tree Limbs—DeMuth Recommended by Jennifer Snapshot.
Water for Elephants–Gruen Recommended at Framed and Booked.
Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett. Recommended by Cindy at Ordo Amoris.
Weep No More—Stevenson
When I Was a Child I Read Books by Marilynne Robinson.
When Wanderers Cease To Roam–Swift. Reviewed at She is Too Fond of Books.
A White Bird Flying by Bess Streeter Aldrich. Recommended by Cindy at Ordo Amoris.
The Wife’s Tale by Lori Lansens. Recommended at Whimpulsive.
Wild Days: Creating Discovery Journals–Skidmore Recommended by Cathy at Poohsticks.
Witness–Chambers Recommended by Laura at Lines in Pleasant Places.
Wives and Daughters—Gaskell
The Woman Who Heard Color by Kelly Jones. Recommended at S. Krishna’s Books.
The Woman Who Wasn’t There: The True Story of an Incredible Deception by Robin Gaby Fisher and Angelo J. Gugliemo, Jr.
Year of Magical Thinking—Didion
The Year of Living Like Jesus by Ed Dobson.
Year in Provence—Mayle
You Are My Only by Beth Kephart.
You Believers by Jane Bradley. Recommended at Whimpulsive.
You Deserve Nothing by Alexander Maksik. Recommended at Farm Lane Books.