September 11, 2001 Fiction
September 11, 2001 was one of the darkest days in our country’s history. Several novelists have explored the ramifications of this day in their fictional works. All of these titles are located in the Adult Fiction section of the Library unless otherwise noted.
Abbott, Shirley. The Future of Love. 2008.
Abdullah, Shaila. Saffron Dreams. 2009.
Adams, Lorraine. Harbor. 2004.
Allen, Charlotte Vale. Sudden Moves. 2004.
Barker, Pat. Double Vision. 2003.
Barth, John. The Book of Ten Nights and a Night: Eleven stories. 2004.
Beigbeder, Fr'ed'eric. Windows on the World. 2004.
Caputo, Philip. Crossers. 2009.
D'Amato, Barbara. Foolproof. 2009. (Adult Mystery DAM).
Halaby, Laila. Once in a Promised Land. 2007.
Henderson, Dee. True Honor. 2002. (Adult Romance HEN).
Hirvonen, Elina. When I Forgot. 2009.
Honig, Lucy. Waiting for Rescue. 2009.
Kalfus, Ken. A Disorder Peculiar to the Country. 2006.
Khakpour, Porochista. Sons and Other Flammable Objects. 2007.
Kingsbury, Karen. Beyond Tuesday Morning. 2004.
Lewis, Richard. The Flame Tree. 2004.
Maynard, Joyce. The Usual Rules. 2003.
Naqvi, H. M. (Husain M.) Home Boy. 2009.
Nissenson, Hugh. The Days of Awe. 2005.
Poyer, David. The Towers: A Dan Lenson Novel of 9/11. 2011.
Price, Reynolds. The Good Priest's Son. 2005.
Rowley, Aidan Donnelley. Life After Yes. 2010. (Adult Chick Lit ROW).
Rozan, S. J. Absent Friends. 2004. (Adult Mystery ROZ).
Schulman, Helen. A Day At The Beach. 2007.
Schwartz, Lynne Sharon. The Writing on the Wall. 2005.
Strand, Ginger Gail. Flight. 2005.
Waldman, Amy. The Submission. 2011.
Wilson, F. Paul. Ground Zero. 2009.