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The Weird, the Wonderful and the Downright Ordinary

Books that I have read that either kept me up all night, or sent me to sleep. Some weird, some wonderful, and a few ordinary.
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Glass Books of the Dream Eaters
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The Yard (Alex Grecian)
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Gumble's Yard (John Rowe Townsend)
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Still Alice (Lisa Ginova)
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Day of the Triffids (John Wyndham)
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The Dark (James Herbert)
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Affinity (Sarah Waters)
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The Bone Collector
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Hannibal Lecter Series
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Midnight
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The Fog (James Herbert)
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Misery (Stephen King)
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13
One of Your Own (Carol Ann Lee)
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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Prescription for Murder (Brian Whittle & Jean Ritchie)
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Deja Dead
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A Place of Execution (Val McDermid)
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Pig Island (Mo Hayder)
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The Ghosts of Sleath (James Herbert)
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Slugs (Shaun Hutson)
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The Night of the Triffids (Simon Clark)
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Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Jack Finney)
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Whispers
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A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Writings (Charles Dickens)
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25
Inside the O'briens (Lisa Genova)
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Forty Years of Murder: An Autobiography (Keith Simpson)
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Cockroaches
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A Discovery of Witches
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Blood Harvest (S. J. Bolton)
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Raven Black (Ann Cleeves)
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The Hidden Child
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The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
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A History of Loneliness (John Boye)
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The Ladykiller (Martina Cole)
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The Surrogate (Tania Carver)
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From a Buick 8 (Stephen King)
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37
Dracula
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Moby Dick (Herman Melville)
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The Spear (James Herbert)
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The Mermaids Singing (Val McDermid)
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