Best books of 2010: fiction

In 2010 Monitor reviewers critiqued hundreds of books. Here's a list of the 11 fiction titles they considered the most outstanding. To assist you with your holiday shopping, each title here has a link that allows you to purchase the book – even as you help to support The Christian Science Monitor

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1. "36 Arguments for the Existence of God," by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein

"36 Arguments for the Existence of God," by Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (Pantheon, 416 pp., $27.95). This clever story of an academic who becomes a celebrity for his humane embrace of atheism manages to blend existential ponderings with humor and sharp writing. (CSMonitor.com review, 1/22/10)

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