Psychological Thriller

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Jessica Miller is returning to Duquette University, her southern, elite school, ten years after graduation. She is determined to show she is successful, beautiful, and, well, perfect.

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“With the slower pace of a psychological thriller, the tension is high and the twists at the end demonstrate why Abbott is an award winning and bestselling author with another hit on her ha

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“Fast moving, loaded with suspense, edge-of-your-seat reading.”

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On an ordinary day around the Hoffman household in southern California, Carrie is finishing breakfast with her children—ten-year-old Scott and ten-month-old Elise.

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It’s uncommon for a debut novel to make a splash like this one: massive publicity campaign, huge advance, millions worth of foreign and film rights, laudatory reviews and testimonials from top name

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“beautifully written. Thomson is a master of description, often erotic description.”

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“captivating, thoughtful, and tense, a great read for those who enjoy psychological thrillers and complex puzzles. Highly recommended.”

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Bath Haus is not just excellent gay fiction . . . absorbing and exciting . . .”

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“A chilling tale of an abused child taught to become a killer, the girl who tried to save him, and the legacy he left behind.”

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“Compelling from beginning to end, Find You First will keep Barclay’s fans on the lookout for his next thrilling ride.”

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“With atmospheric writing and a literary bent, Palace of the Drowned is as much an exploration of the use of language and a study of the artistic experience, as it is a revelation

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Meredith Dickey and her husband Josh reside in a suburb of Chicago. A great place to live, it is family-oriented and considered one of the safest towns around.

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“Korelitz is skilled at dropping the clues and fixating Jake [the protagonist] on his uncontrolled desire to move forward.”

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“A masterful tale driven by Yan’s brisk pacing and evocative writing and details that pulse with truth.”

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What would you do if feeling unwell your doctor reported, "I'm sorry to have to tell you this, Jennifer, but you have a primary glioblastoma in your brain."? 

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“With such dark and treacherous secrets, the men of The Lamplighters echo the force of the seas around them.

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“Flynn Berry landed major awards for her two earlier thrillers, and Northern Spy merits more of the same.”

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Set in the criminal shadow world behind luxury hotels, Eve Out of Her Ruins by Ananda Devi follows four friends in their attempt to transcend the poverty and violence of their surroundings

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“This story has more twists and turns than a corkscrew, and just when the reader thinks he’s figured it out, there’s one more turn of that screw.”

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A fragmentary meditation on death and decay, Of Darkness by Josefine Klougart stretches the concept of fictional narrative to its very limits. She redefines the novel in the process.

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Let’s face it, a book centered around the wretched child abuse of a large family at the hands of a demented religious fanatic has some inherent drama to it.

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“Lindsay’s clear description of locations and people provides the reader with a sense of ‘being there’ and accepting these people as real.”

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“a chilling story of identity and what happens when a person’s self-reality is voluntarily submerged with another’s.”

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Midway through Eshkol Nevo’s The Last Interview, the narrator—who may or may not be Nevo himself, an uncertainty Nevo may or may not want his readers to entertain—slyly explains the ruse o

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