1.  Susan Johnson, The Broken Book, January

2.  Toby Litt, Corpsing, January

3.  Dorothy Baker, Cassandra at the Wedding, January

4.  Stella Rimington, Secret Asset, February

5.  Jeannette Winterson, The Passion, February

6.  Justin Cartwright, The Promise of Happiness, February

7.  Rachel Cusk, Saving Agnes, February

8.  Hilary Mantel, Giving up the Ghost, March

9.  Rachel Cusk, The Temporary, March

10.  Cate Kennedy, Dark Roots, March

11.  Chloe Hooper, A Child’s Book of True Crime, March

12.  Sarah Dunant, The Birth of Venus, March

13.  Gillian Slovo, Black Orchids, April

14.  Robert Holdstock, Mythago, April

15.  Dorothy Dunnett, The Game of Kings, May

16.  Robin Hobb, The Dragon Keeper, May

17.  Molly Keane, Good Behaviour, May

18.  Karin Slaughter, Fractured, May

19.  Jon Stock, Dead Man Running, June

20.  Kate Morton, The House at Riverton, June

21.  Suzanne Chick, Searching for Charmian, June

22.  Kate Atkinson, When Will There Be Good News?, June

23.  Lionel Shriver, Double Fault, July

24.  Rachel Cusk, A Life’s Work, July

25.  Sara Waters, Tipping the Velvet, July

26.  Chloe Hooper, The Tall Man, July

27.  Kate Morton, The Forgotten Garden, August

28.  J.L. Carr, A Month in the Country, August

29.  Rosamond Lehmann, Invitation to the Waltz, August

30.  Thomas Keneally, Confederates, September

31.  Rosamond Lehmann, The Weather in the Streets, September

32.  Raymond E. Feist, The Magician, October

33.  Craig Silvey, Jasper Jones, November

34.  Jennifer Vandever, The Bronte Project, November

35.  E. Arnot Robertson, Ordinary Families, December

36.  Audrey Niffenegger, Her Fearful Symmetry, December

37.  Rebecca West, The Fountain Overflows, December

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