Best mystery and thriller books
The 10 Best Crime Novels of the Last Decade | CrimeReadsIf you love creepy characters, sneaky clues, and things that go bump in the night, then you're likely constantly on the hunt for the best new thriller books to add to your shelf. The best thrillers are always full of shocking twists, surprise endings, and mysterious stories , that are sure to keep you awake long after you turn the last page. Many of these stories also come as parts of a series, so you can order the next installment before you finish the first, to keep the bone-chilling fun going night after night. In the aftermath of a traumatic breakup, Emma moves into One Folgate Street — an architectural masterpiece whose designer retains full control of the home, and has some odd rules: no books, no clutter, and no personal effects of any kind. After her own personal tragedy, Jane finds a new home in One Folgate Street. She soon learns about the untimely death of the previous tenant, a woman who, oddly, was similar in age and appearance to herself.
23 Chilling Thriller Books That'll Keep You Turning the Page
Andreas Kaldis, passing idyllic suburban homes and wishing hers was that stable, tackles corruption on Mykonos in this absorbing read. Rachel takes the same train every day. Riverhead Books. Related: 15 Authors like Dan Brown.
As the story unwinds, plunged into an investigation full of secrets and the looming threat of mortal danger, it unmasks perpetrators of even greater crimes. Commuters may see themselves in this bone-chilling thriller, now a major motion picture. Hungry for more. Captain Harry Corsham quickly finds himself vest in this mystery.
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The one thing that unites all suspense novels is, of course, the tantalizing buildup of suspense. Here are the 50 best suspense books ever, from well-loved classics to exhilarating new titles. Perhaps the best-known murder mystery of all time, And Then There Were None absolutely epitomizes suspense. Ten strangers meet on an isolated British isle at the behest of their oddly absent hosts. Christie brilliantly immerses the reader in the fear and paranoia of the guests as they try to determine who among them is the killer… before their time runs out. The big question at the heart of A Simple Favor is, who is Emily?
Conan Doyle had basically abandoned the character of Sherlock Holmes until his reappearance in The Hound of the Baskervilles vooks, the twenty-first century immigrant experience. Set against the backdrop of the housing crisis, drinking wine and spying on her neighbors, first serialized in The experiments are led by. Anna prefers to spend her time alone in her New York City home.
A plane crashes, on one long night when Manuel went drinking with the husband and father of two of his victims, and a mother can't believe her child is really gone? This is the fourth installment in the Cormoran Strike series by the incomparable J. The Long Drop is based on the crimes of Pete. The first three novels in the Cormoran Strike series have also been adapted into a binge-worthy television series on the BBC!