These are the books I nominated to read for the TBR Double Dare 2012 (original post here).  I’m not going to get through all of them but a list does somewhat focus the reading mind.  A line through the title means I’ve read it – yippee!

A Woman’s Place (1975) by Ruth Adam

Four Frightened People (1941) by E. Arnot Robertson

Spinster (1958) by Sylvia Ashton-Warner

Mansfield Park by Jane Austen

The Heat of the Day (1948) by Elizabeth Bowen

The Lucky Ones (2003) by Rachel Cusk

The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters by G.W. Dahlquist

Frenchman’s Creek (1941) by Daphne du Maurier

My Cousin Rachel (1951) by Daphne du Maurier

Human Voices (1980) by Penelope Fitzgerald

Aspects of the Novel (1927) by E.M. Forster

Howards End (1910) by and E.M. Forster

All That I Am (2011) by Anna Funder

The Flight of the Maidens (2000) by Jane Gardam

The Magician King (2011) by Lev Grossman

The Go-Between (1953) by L.P. Hartley

Few Eggs and No Oranges (1976) by Vere Hodgson

Time to be in Earnest (2000) by P.D. James

Company Parade (1934) by Storm Jameson

Steering the Craft (1998) by Ursula le Guin

The Gypsy’s Baby (1946) by Rosamond Lehmann

Non-Combatants and Others (1916) by Rose Macauley

All the Pretty Horses (1992) by Cormac McCarthy

Tea at Four O’Clock (1956) by Janet McNeill

The Tivington Nott (1989) by Alex Miller

Stravinsky’s Lunch (1999) by Drusilla Modjeska

One Fine Day (1947) by Mollie Panter-Downes

The Anubis Gates (1983) by Tim Powers

Franklin and Eleanor: An Extraordinary Marriage (2010) by Hazel Rowley

Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man (1928) by Siegried Sassoon

Bonjour Tristesse (1954) by Francoise Sagan

Father and Sons (2007) by Alexander Waugh

A Sensible Life (1990) by Mary Wesley

Second Fiddle (1988) by Mary Wesley

Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? (2011) by Jeanette Winterson

Miss Mole (1930) by E.H. Young

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