Popular and Notable Books From 2008

Popular and Notable Books From 2008:
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini
Against Medical Advice: A True Story by James Patterson, Hal Friedman
Anathem by Neal Stephenson
The Appeal by John Grisham
Archeron by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea by Chelsea Handler
Audition: A Memoir by Barbara Walters
Beautiful Boy by David Sheff
Blood Noir by Laurell K. Hamilton
The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly
Change of Heart by Jodi Picoult
The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck
Compulsion by Jonathan Kellerman
Cross Country by James Patterson
Dangerous Laughter by Steven Millhauser
Dark Curse by Christine Feehan
Devil Bones by Kathy Reichs
Divine Justice by David Baldacci
Double Cross by James Patterson
Duma Key by Steophen King
Extreme Measures by Vince Flynn
Fearless Fourteen by Janet Evanovich
The Force Unleashed by Sean Williams
The Gate House by Nelson DeMille
Hold Tight by Harlan Coben
Home by Julie Andrews
The Host by Stephenie Meyer
Hot, Flat, and Crowded by Thomas L. Friedman
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
I Am America (And So Can You!) by Stephen Colbert
In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan
The Last Patriot by Brad Thor
Liberal Fascism by Jonah Goldberg
Losing It by Valerie Bertinelli
The Lucky One by Nicholas Sparks
Mistaken Identity by Don and Susie Van Ryn and Newell, Colleen and Whitney Cerak, with Mark Tabb
Moscow Rules by Daniel Silva
Netherland by Joseph O’Neill
Nothing To Lose by Lee Child
The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality by Jerome R. Corsi
Odd Hours by Dean Koontz
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Battle of the Labyrinth by Rick Riordan
Plum Lucky by Janet Evanovich
The Revolution: A Manifesto by Ron Paul
Sail by James Patterson and Howard Roughan
Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell
Smoke Screen by Sandra Brown
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski
sTORI Telling by Tori Spelling with Hilary Liftin
The Story of Edgar Sawtelle by David Wroblewski
Sundays at Tiffany’s by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet
Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer
Tom Cruise: An Unauthorized Biography by Andrew Morton
Too Fat to Fish by Artie Lange with Anthony Bozza
Tribute by Nora Roberts
Twilight: Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
Unaccustomed Earth by Jhumpa Lahiri
What Happened by Scott McClellan
When You Are Engulfed in Flames by David Sedaris
Where Are You Now? by Mary Higgins Clark
The Whole Truth by David Baldacci
Your Heart Belongs to Me by Dean Koontz

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