2012 Best Books of the Year: Stephen King Lists His Favorite Reads of 2012


Stephen King


Say You're Sorry by Michael Robotham: "'The Bingham Girls' disappeared three years ago, but their story is far from over. Their fate is gruesome, their courage ennobling. Never-lets-up suspense and beautiful writing."



Lippman2 And When She Was Good by Laura Lippman: "Heloise Lane is a single suburban mother who also happens to run a high-priced escort service.  When the barrier between her two lives starts to crumble, the results are mesmerizing. Lippman writes with clarity and power."


King2The Good Son by Michael Gruber: "Sonia Bailey is part of a 'peace symposium' that is taken prisoner by Muslim extremists in Pakistan. This is a thriller, but also a novel of the mind--I learned more about the radical mindset in these 320 pages than in all the political punditry I've read or watched in the last five years. Highly recommended."


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