New Authors 2013

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I enjoyed very much this challenge in 2012, so I’m trying it again this year.

I’m shooting for 25 authors.

  1. The Dervish, by Frances Kazan
  2. The Midwife’s Tale, by Sam Thomas
  3. The Sign of the Weeping Virgin, by Alana J. White
  4. A Tainted Dawn, by B.N. Peacock
  5. French Illusions, by Linda Kovic-Skow
  6. Désirée, by Annemarie Selinko
  7. Shadows Walking, by Douglas R. Skopp
  8. Murder Below Montparnasse, by Cara Black
  9. Flesh And Grass, by Libby Cone
  10. Leaving Everything Most Loved, by Jacqueline Winspear
  11. The Painted Girls, by Cathy Marie Buchanan
  12. Dissolution, by C. J. Sansom
  13. Plainsong, by Kent Haruf
  14. Five-Finger Discount, by Helene Stapinski
  15. House of Rocamora, by Donald Michael Platt
  16. The Chalice, by Nancy Bilyeau
  17. The Best of All Possible Worlds, by Karen Lord
  18. The Scent of Triumph, by Jan Moran
  19. The Tree of Man, by Patrick White
  20. Seduction, by M. J. Rose
  21. Chronicle of the Mound Builders, by Elle Marie
  22. Three Lives of Tomomi Ishikawa, by Benjamin Constable
  23. Cascade, by Maryanne O’Hara
  24. The Lavender Garden, by Lucinda Riley
  25. Taking Root in Provence, by Anne-Marie Simons
  26. Benjamin Franklin: An American Life, by Walter Isaacson
  27. Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil, by John Berendt
  28. Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline
  29. Studio Saint-Ex, by Ania Szado
  30. Paris I Love You, But You’re Bringing Me Down, by Rosecrans Baldwin
  31. The Nine Fold Heaven, by Mingmei Yip
  32. The Promise of Provence, by Patricia Sands
  33. The Cross And The Dragon, by Kim Rendfeld
  34. The Treachery of Bordeaux, by J.-P. Alaux and N. Balen
  35. How Angels Die, by David-Michael Harding
  36. L’Amour Actually, by Melanie Jones
  37. The Cuckoos of Batch Magna, by Peter Maughan
  38. Blindness, by José Saramago
  39. The Bones of Paris, by Laurie R. King
  40. The Consolations of the Forest, by Sylvain Tesson
  41. Eighty Days: Nellie Bly and Elizabeth Bisland’s History-Making Race Around the World, by Matthew Goodman
  42. Grape Expectations: A Family’s Vineyard Adventure in France, by Caro Feely
  43. The Mona Lisa Speaks, by Christopher Angel
  44. The Most Beautiful Walk In The World, by John Baxter
  45. The Lovers’ Dictionary, by David Levithan
  46. The Library At Night, by Alberto Manguel
  47. Skylark, by Dezső Kosztolányi
  48. Meadowlark, by Dawn Wink
  49. Badluck Way, by Bryce Andrews
  50. The Cleaner of Chartres, by Salley Vickers
  51. The World’s Strongest Librarian, by Josh Hanagarne
  52. Becoming Josephine, by Heather Webb

actually, I read 63, but no courage to list them here, as anyway I did more than fulfilling the challenge.

The list is here, in Column J.