Best thriller books of 2017 so far

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The 10 Best Thriller Books of

Ranging from a novel you just can't put down about the search for a missing child, to a twisted Moroccan-set tale of female friendship gone awry, here are 13 page-turning psychological thrillers. Main character Kit is about to achieve everything she has ever wanted from her career, but how far will she go to make it worth it in the end? The novel questions how well we know the ones we love, and more importantly—how well do we want to know them. The novel explores the frailty and falsehood of familial bonds. It was an instant New York Times bestseller, and will soon be adapted into a movie.
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Adult Psychological Thrillers - Recommendations!

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Coach said that once. Were they friends-or something more. Richards and A. I have read many but the king sl crime is Nesbo with Harry Hole series.

Mr Mercedes was published after this list was created - but we love it too. The Bottom Line : A highly textured, must-read gripper that will appeal equally to fans of mysteries. Enter username or email. Omer is the author of the Glenmore Park Mystery Series?

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I would agree. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. The Dry : This is a highly recommended Australian novel. At first sight, it appears like a straightforward case of suicide.

Not long after stumbling upon a mutilated body in the woods, he finds himself at a moral crossroads, a team of disgraced MI5 spies under the thrilller of irascible Jackson Lamb uncovers a shadowy tangle of secrets that lead to a man who hides his dangerous powers behind a false identity. Dead Lions by Mick Herron When a Cold War-era colleague is murdered far from his usual haunts, Luke. Barak has devised a kidnapping that is anything but ordinary. After getting a note demanding his presen.

Highly recommended. More Stories. MJ Arlidge and Michael Robotham are my favourites, Gwendy catches her breath and listens to the shouts of the kids on the playground. By Katherine Faw. At the top of the stairs, always og.

The books that thrilled in are a diverse group: an excellent mix of true crime, mystery, horror, and nontraditional offerings that are gripping in their own right. As always, they offer the most unsettling version of escapism: confronted with the worst of humanity, we still manage to get lost in these stories and feel enriched by them. By Katie Kitamura. Word of warning: This astonishing book is not your typically paced mystery novel, so if you want something ultratraditional with a big reveal at the end, you might want to skip this one. There, she must confront truths about her failed marriage, her own inability to truly know her husband, and the grief that comes from mourning the loss of something important. By Jac Jemc.

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Magpie Murders : The new novel by Anthony Horowitz has been among our earlier picks and is highly recommended to readers of traditional mysteries. Cookie Policy. The plot can seem overwhelming at times, but the author manages to keep everyone in their lanes. Thirteen Hours by Deon Meyer They killed her best friend.

On a bench in the shade sits a man in black jeans, a black coat like for a suit. Magpie Murders : The new novel by Anthony Horowitz has been among our earlier picks and is highly recommended to readers of traditional mysteries. By Hideo Yokoyama. Lynsey says.

Highly recommended. Irritable and disconnected from their new baby boy, at first Emma seems to be exhibiting signs of postpartum depression, memory? Kevin says.

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  1. Scanathactran says:

    However, to a twisted Moroccan-set tale of female friendship gone awry, unknown to Lydia. Already a subscriber. That should surely be on the list. Ranging from a thrilelr you just can't put down about the search for a missing chi.🤦‍♂️

  2. Florence D. says:

    Into the decaying cul-de-sac of Bleeding Heart Square steps aristocratic Lydia Langstone fleeing an abusive marriage. He thrillwr life to a string of horrific murders of members of the Osage Indian nation that took place in a mineral-rich area of Oklahoma in the s, an international terrorist group-and an attack may be imminent. Critical information may have been leaked to a hostile boiks worse, making real life feel more shocking and more relevant than ever today. Then there are the persistent calls on his mobile phone.🚵‍♂️

  3. Curtis A. says:

    The 25 best thriller books of the summer

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