I’m always reading books—as many as there are. I ration myself on them so that I’ll always be in supply.
— Ernest Hemingway to George Plimpton | Paris Review (1958)

What I've Read: 2013

  1. The Spy Who Came In From The Cold - John Le Carre
  2. Gideon's Spies: The Secret History Of The Mossad - Gordon Thomas
  3. Comfort To The Enemy & Other Carl Webster Stories - Elmore Leonard
  4. Homage to Catalonia - George Orwell
  5. The American - Martin Booth
  6. Raylan - Elmore Leonard
  7. The White Lioness - Henning Mankell
  8. Faceless Killers - Henning Mankell
  9. The Quiet American - Graham Greene
  10. Where'd You Go, Bernadette - Maria Semple
  11. Fire In The Hole - Elmore Leonard
  12. The Spies Of Warsaw - Alan Furst
  13. The Foreign Correspondent - Alan Furst
  14. A Perfect Spy - John Le Carre
  15. How To Be Danish - Patrick Kingsley
  16. Reporting - David Remnick
  17. The Unfinished Canadian - Andrew Cohen
  18. The Troubled Man - Henning Mankell
  19. The Emigrants - Vilhelm Moberg
  20. Unto A Good Land - Vilhelm Moberg
  21. The Keeper Of Lost Causes - Jussi Adler-Olsen
  22. The Absent One - Jussi Adler-Olsen
  23. The Princess Of Burundi - Kjell Eriksson
  24. The Settlers - Vilhem Moberg