Book Club Ideas

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A newspaper in Sacramento, the Sacramento Bee, published a list of some of their previous book club books. Since Coben was at the top of the list, I instantly was a fan of this club. I have read some of these books and am excited to look at the rest.

“Hold Tight” and “Long Lost” by Harlan Coben
“Tea Time for the Traditionally Built” by Alexander McCall Smith
“The Story Sisters” by Alice Hoffman
“The Shortest Distance Between Two Women” by Kris Radish
“The Nameless Detective” by Bill Pronzini and “Locked In” by Marcia Muller
“Eclipse” by Richard North Patterson
“Three Cups of Tea” by David Relin
“Sacred Games” by Vikram Chandra
“The Last Oracle” by James Rollins
“Wit’s End” by Karen Joy Fowler
“Dead Lucky” by Lincoln Hall
“Murder in the Rue De Paradis” by Cara Black
“Light of the Moon” by Luanne Rice. Click here to hear audio
“The Suspect” by John Lescroart
“Peony in Love” by Lisa See
“Back on Blossom Street” by Debbie Macomber
“Angelica” by Arthur Phillips
“On The Wings of Heroes” by Richard Peck
“Shopaholic and Baby” by Sophie Kinsella
“Porch Lies: Tales of Slicksters, Tricksters and Other Wily Characters” by Patricia McKissack
Maxine Hong Kingston, “California Uncovered: Stories for the 21st Century”
“The Hard Way” by Lee Child
“Salaam: A Muslim American Boy’s Story” by Tricia Brown
“A Year in the World: Journeys of a Passionate Traveller” by Frances Mayes
“Love and Other Impossible Pursuits” by Ayelet Waldman
“Honey…Honey…Lion!” by Jan Brett
“Epitaph for a Peach” by David Mas Masumoto
“Breaking Point” by Suzanne Brockmann
“Devil’s Corner” by Lisa Scottoline
“Here In Harlem: Poems In Many Voices” by Walter Dean Myers
“Dead Lines” by Greg Bear
“The Fortress of Solitude” by Jonathan Lethem
“The Known World” by Edward P. Jones
“Forty Signs of Rain” by Kim Stanley Robinson

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