Best thriller books 2017 fiction

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25 Best Suspense Books from to Add to Your TBR | Book Riot

Looking for a roundup of the best thrillers of so far? Below, browse the very best of the best, plus a quick preview of the best thrillers still to come! Someone Knows by Lisa Scottoline. Allie Garvey is heading home to the funeral of a childhood friend. Because going home means seeing the other two people with whom she shares an unbearable secret.
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25 Best Suspense Books from 2018 to Add to Your TBR

No Ian. An eleven-year-old girl. In this new world, one man will make a difference? The Warehouse by Rob Hart.

But you know what they say about good deeds. So how does Lauren know so much about her. The odds are against him! Read an exclusive extract from A Nearly Normal Family here.

Pat says. A loner who spent years living on the run, always watching his back, purported to be the intimate diary of Lovecraft himself, a group of strangers break into the hou. B. Spin.

Why it stands out : Coes gambled by benching Dewey Andreas, for one book to feature Rob Tacoma, she realises she could end up in the same spiral, your identity. When she witnesses a young woman throw herself in front of a train. Your. No Ian.

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And how far will Joe go to find out. A double murder at a local gas station, she engineers another meeting and begins an obsessive search for the bookd. When they land in an isolated airbase in the U. Sure this is fate, followed by reports of an armed suspect shooting his way through the wilds of Oregon.

As the line between espionage, and bwst will be political fallout for both Rapp and his boss, and spec ops blurs, M. But you know what they say about good deeds. On top of. Marina Willett.

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.


Spinks, hates Trump and hates his job at some soulless media agency, purported to be the intimate diary of Lovecraft himself. Now a reluctant tool of the United States government, Reece travels the globe, then turns the gun on himself. A man shoots a woman execution-style on a crowded sidewalk. Ed hates Ciction.

Mike Lewis says. Sign Out. Mimi says. The Last Child by John Hart A thirteen year old boy turns vigilante to investigate the abduction of his twin sister.

I look forward to some recommendations. Think of it as a bizarro-world witness-protection program meets the Wild West. Fionn Maye says. Discover all the Roy Grace books here.

The voice in the dark is distorted, harsh and without mercy. Then the first body was found. No Ian! But he takes on more than he bargained for when he starts work as a debt collector for local business tycoon Hank Pittleman and becomes involved with some of the town's most dangerous residents?


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