Popular and Notable Books From 2009

Popular and Notable Books From 2009:
Alex Cross’s Trial by James Patterson and Richard DiLallo
Arguing with Idiots by Glenn Beck, Kevin Balfe, and others
The Associate by John Grisham
Bad Moon Rising by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Best Friends Forever by Jennifer Weiner
Black Hills by Nora Roberts
Black Ops by W.E.B. Griffin
The Book of Basketball by Bill Simmons
Catastrophe by Dick Morris and Eileen McGann
The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck
Chronic City by Jonathan Lethem
Culture of Corruption by Michelle Malkin
Dark Slayer by Christine Feehan
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris
The Defector by Daniel Silva
8th Confession by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned by Wells Tower
Finger Lickin’ Fifteen by Janet Evanovich
Ford County by John Grisham
Freakonomics by Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt
The Gathering Storm by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larrson
Going Rogue by Sarah Palin
Gone Tomorrow by Lee Child
Handle with Care by Jodi Picoult
Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom
The Help by Kathryn Stockett
The Host by Stephenie Meyer
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
I, Alex Cross by James Patterson
Just Take My Heart by Mary Higgins Clark
Knockout by Catherine Coulter
The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
Liberty and Tyranny by Mark R. Levin
Lit: A Memoir by Mary Karr
Long Lost by Harlan Coban
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
Official Book Club Selection by Kathy Griffin
Open by Andre Agassi
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan
Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton
Plum Spooky – Janet Evanovich
Promises in Death by J.D. Robb
Relentless by Dean Koontz
Resilience by Elizabeth Edwards
The Scarecrow by Michael Connelly
Scarpetta by Patricia Cornwell
Skin Trade by Laurell K. Hamilton
South of Broad by Pat Conroy
Swimsuit by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro
True Compass by Edward M. Kennedy
True Detectives by Jonathan Kellerman
Turn Coat by Jim Butcher
“U” is for Undertow by Sue Grafton
Under the Dome by Stephen King
Unmasked by Ian Halperin
Wicked Prey by John Sandford
The Yankee Years by Joe Torre and Tom Verducci

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