What book reviews were the most read at Crosswalk.com in 2011? Find out what readers were reading and which titles made the top 20 list.



1. Don’t Stay Away from Forbidden
Ted Dekker’s new partnership with Tosca Lee in the thriller Forbidden seems to have added something richer to his work.
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2. Bathsheba a New Take on an Old Story
The final chapter of Jill Eileen Smith’s series brings the story of David and Bathsheba to life in a beautifully researched page-turner.
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3. The Christmas Note Tugs Heartstrings
The Christmas Note tugs on every heartstring. Even the most Scrooge-like reader will blink back tears on more than one occasion.
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4. My Foolish Heart Has Everyday Problems
My Foolish Heart is a delightful visit to a charming town. It’s a story reminiscent of Steel Magnolias, but with a personality and charm all its own.
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5. Mine Is the Night Is a Bonny Retelling
Based on the love story of Ruth and Boaz with an 18th century setting, Mine Is the Night is a charming tale with spiritual applications throughout.
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6. Dekker Explores in The Priest’s Graveyard
A psychological thriller exploring justice, ethics and forgiveness inside a twist-laden maze, The Priest’s Graveyard is Ted Dekker at his finest.
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7. Secret to Success Found in Utopia
David L. Cook’s philosophy is packaged as a pseudo-fable about finding the secret to success, whether in golf or life in general.
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