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What we read in 2010

From classic Kerouac to cantankerous Olive Kitteridge, New-Sentinel staff share their favorite books from the past year

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"Here's Johnny!" By Ed McMahon

"The Corrections" by Jonathan Franzen

"The Age of Gold: The California Gold Rush and the New American Dream" by H.W. Brands

"Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal" by Christopher Moore

"Quicksilver: The Baroque Cycle #1" by Neal Stephenson

"Bastard Out of Carolina" by Dorothy Allison

"The Town and the City" by Jack Kerouac

"Olive Kitterridge" by Elizabeth Strout

"Bright Day" by J.B. Priestley

"A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes From My Kitchen Table" by Molly Wizenberg

Posted: Thursday, December 23, 2010 8:49 am | Updated: 7:04 am, Fri Dec 24, 2010.

“Here’s Johnny” by Ed McMahon.

This is for people who enjoyed Johnny Carson’s television career, written by his sidekick, Ed McMahon, who probably knew the inner Carson better than anyone else.

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