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My chronological list of Diana Gabaldon books to read. Outlander & Lord John & the short stories, all in date order.

My chronological list of Diana Gabaldon books to read. Outlander & Lord John & the short stories, all in date order.

Read an excerpt from SEVEN STONES TO STAND OR FALL by Diana Gabaldon! - Random House Books

Read an excerpt from SEVEN STONES TO STAND OR FALL by Diana Gabaldon! - Random House Books

Outlander author Diana Gabaldon recommends these 7 books.

7 Books Recommended by Diana Gabaldon

Outlander author Diana Gabaldon recommends these 7 books.

Diana Gabaldon Scots Magazine

Diana Gabaldon Scots Magazine

If you love Diana Gabaldon's Outlander, check out these 9 outstanding book recommendations. For my mom :)

9 Books to Read If You Miss 'Outlander'

If you love Diana Gabaldon's Outlander, check out these 9 outstanding book recommendations. For my mom :)

12 Books Recommended by ‘Outlander’ Author Diana Gabaldon

12 Books Recommended by 'Outlander' Author Diana Gabaldon

12 Books Recommended by ‘Outlander’ Author Diana Gabaldon

11 books to read if you love Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

11 Books to Read If You Love 'Outlander'

11 books to read if you love Outlander by Diana Gabaldon.

Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon (Has the new book included in the list!) My favorite books of all time!!!! Can't wait till March 2014 when the new one comes out.

Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon (Has the new book included in the list!) My favorite books of all time!!!! Can't wait till March 2014 when the new one comes out.

Book 9 in the OUTLANDER series by Diana GABALDON ~ The title comes from an old Celtic folklore custom when people kept beehives. It was traditional to go and tell the bees all the gossip of the community. If someone died and you didn't tell the bees, they would become annoyed and fly away. | The story will see Jamie in his late 50's and Claire in her early 60's, which Diana described as the "prime of life".

Book 9 in the OUTLANDER series by Diana GABALDON ~ The title comes from an old Celtic folklore custom when people kept beehives. It was traditional to go and tell the bees all the gossip of the community. If someone died and you didn't tell the bees, they would become annoyed and fly away. | The story will see Jamie in his late 50's and Claire in her early 60's, which Diana described as the "prime of life".

"It has always been forever, for me, Sassenach” ― Diana Gabaldon, Voyager

"It has always been forever, for me, Sassenach” ― Diana Gabaldon, Voyager

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