New Author Reading Challenge 2015

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I’m shooting for 50 authors, the highest level.

  1. Journeys Through France and Life, by Glenda de Vaney
  2. The Tutor, by Andrea Chapin
  3. The Last Campaign of Marianne Tambour, by David Ebsworth
  4. The Martian, by Andy Weir
  5. The Keys of the Watchmen, by Kathleen C. Perrin
  6. The Bullet, by Mary Louise Kelly
  7. Floats the Dark Shadow, by Yves Fey
  8. The Figaro Murders, by Laura Lebow
  9. By Night the Mountain Burns, by Juan Tomas Avila Laurel
  10. Mademoiselle Chanel, by C.W. Gortner
  11. The Ravens, by Tomas Bannerhed
  12. Bridges of Paris, by Michael Saint James
  13. The Holy Lance, by Andrew Latham
  14. Look Who’s Back, by Timur Vermes
  15. George’s Grand Tour, by Caroline Vermalle
  16. The French Sultana, by Zia Wesley
  17. How to Blog a Book, by Nina Amir
  18. The Travels of Daniel Ascher, by Déborah Lévy-Bertherat
  19. Race to Tibet, by Sophie Schiller
  20. The Cost of Courage, by Charles Kaiser
  21. The Room, by Jonas Karlsson
  22. The Collector, by Anne-Laure Thiéblemont
  23. The Bookseller, by Mark Pryor
  24. In a Grove, by Ryunosuke Akugatawa
  25. The Sisters of Versailles, by Sally Christie
  26. The 6:41 to Paris, by Jean-Philippe Blondel
  27. Everyone Has Their Reasons, by Joseph Matthews
  28. Sagan, Paris 1954, by Anne Berest
  29. The Fictional 100, by Lucy Pollard-Gott
  30. The Spider and the Stone, by Glen Craney
  31. The Lady Agnès Mystery, vol 1, by Andrea Japp
  32. La septième fonction du langage, by Laurent Binet
  33. Cover Her Face
  34. The Showings
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33 thoughts on “New Author Reading Challenge 2015

  1. Pingback: 2015: January wrap-up | Words And Peace

  2. Pingback: Book Review: The Tutor | Words And Peace

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  4. Pingback: Book Review: The Figaro Murders | Words And Peace

  5. Pingback: IFFP 2015 review: The Ravens | Words And Peace

  6. Pingback: 2015: March-April wrap-up | Words And Peace

  7. Pingback: Book review and giveaway: Bridges of Paris – I love France #147 | Words And Peace

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  11. Pingback: Book review: two short stories by Ryūnosuke Akutagawa | Words And Peace

  12. Pingback: 2015: August wrap-up | Words And Peace

  13. Pingback: Book review and giveaway: The Sisters of Versailles – I love France #162 | Words And Peace

  14. Pingback: Book review: The Travels of Daniel Ascher – I love France #154 | Words And Peace

  15. Pingback: Book review: Everyone Has Their Reasons – I love France #164 | Words And Peace

  16. Pingback: Book review and giveaway: Sagan, Paris 1954 – I love France #165 | Words And Peace

  17. Pingback: 2015: September wrap-up | Words And Peace

  18. Pingback: Book review: The Lake House | Words And Peace

  19. Pingback: 2015: October wrap-up | Words And Peace

  20. Pingback: Book review: The Spider and the Stone | Words And Peace

  21. Pingback: Book review: The Lady Agnès Mystery vol 1 – I love France #169 | Words And Peace

  22. Pingback: Book review: French Illusions: From Tours to Paris – I love France #170 | Words And Peace

  23. Pingback: Book review: La septième fonction du langage – I love France #171 | Words And Peace

  24. Pingback: 2015: November wrap-up | Words And Peace

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  26. Pingback: 2016: January wrap-up | Words And Peace

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