52-book challenge: The 2015 books

2015 Reading List:

1. Lamentation – CJ Sansom
2. Prayer of the Night Shepherd – Phil Rickman
3. Saint Peter’s Fair – Ellis Peters
4. The Leper of St Giles – Ellis Peters
5. 131 – Julian Cope
6. The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat – Oliver Sacks
7. The Castle of Otranto – Horace Walpole
8. The Vampyre and Other Tales of the Macabre – John Polidori and others
9. The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher – Hilary Mantel
10. The Taxidermist’s Daughter – Kate Mosse
11. The Paying Guests – Sarah Waters
12. The Wonderful Future that Never Was – Gregory Benford with Popular Mechanics
13. The Old Straight Track – Alfred Watkins
14. The Blackest Streets: The life and death of a Victorian slum by Sarah Wise
15. Dracula – Bram Stoker
16. Night After Night – Phil Rickman
17. The Hollow Man – Oliver Harris
18. 18 Folgate Street: The tale of a house in Spitalfields – Dennis Severs
19. Stuck Rubber Baby – Howard Cruse
20. Street Craft – Riikka Kuittinen
21. Discovering Scarfolk – Richard Littler
22. How to Stay Sane – Philippa Perry
23. Gothic Tales – Elizabeth Gaskell
24. How to be a Bad Birdwatcher – Simon Barnes
25. The Bonesetter’s Daughter – Amy Tan
26. Waterlog – Roger Deakin
27. The Good Earth – Pearl S Buck
28. H is for Hawk – Helen MacDonald
29. London’s Termini – Alan Jackson
30. I Believe in Yesterday – Tim Moore
31. Cromwell – Tracy Borman
32. Citadel – Kate Mosse
33. The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning – Wendy Trussler and Carol Devine
34. Ross Poldark – Winston Graham
35. The Nether World – George Gissing
36. A Guide to Cambridge New Architecture – Philip Booth and Nicholas Taylor
37. Pocket Essentials: Nuclear Paranoia – Chas Newkey-Burden
38. Wolf Hall – Hilary Mantel
39. Quiet: The power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking – Susan Cain
40. Jambusters: The story of the Women’s Institute in the Second World War – Julie Summers
41. Airships Cardington: A history of Cardington Airship Station and its role in world airship development – Geoffrey Chamberlain
42. Postcapitalism – Paul Mason
43. Field Guide to the Bumblebees of Britain and Ireland – Mike Edwards and Martin Jenner
44. British Wildlife, vol. 26, no. 5, June 2015
45. Bring Up The Bodies – Hilary Mantel
46. Charlotte Bronte: A passionate life – Lyndall Gordon
47. Worktown: the astonishing story of the birth of Mass-Observation – David Hall
48. Coastlines: The story of our shore – Patrick Barkham
49. Henrietta Howard: King’s mistress, queen’s servant – Tracy Borman
50. An Ecclesiastical History of the English People – The Venerable Bede
51. British Wildlife vol. 27, no. 1, October 2015
52. The Breaking Point – Daphne du Maurier

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