Psychological Thriller

The writing is excellent, the characters well rounded with believable human flaws and peculiarities, and the plot intriguing with lots of learning for the reader.”

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Watch Out for Her, a hair-raising, suspenseful page-turner, will have one watching their back wherever they go, but what really gets to the novel’s heart is the unexpected and chi

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Since becoming adults, Natalie Collins and her sister Kit have been somewhat estranged.

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“Diablo Mesa is another contrived thriller that will appeal only to Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child’s loyal and unquestioning fan base.”

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“The Other Family will keep readers on edge until the final satisfying scenes.”

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“Abrams maintains a good flow with strong characters the reader will identify with.”

New Year is a novel about uncontrollable panic, repressed trauma, and the psychological patterns that persist in their aftermath.

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“When You Are Mine serves up top-notch suspense and psychological insight.

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“Ryan once again shows her flair for spinning, from a life similar to her own, a set of intense and spiraling threats, with more than one devilish intent behind the scenes, and only the nar

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“Knox knows how to spin a great thriller, and in True Crime Story he reveals a new way to entangle the threads while ramping up risk and even a touch of horror. . .

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“Belle’s writing style is a major draw to her ability to present a story that one is unable to put down.”

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“Kudos to Patterson for creating yet another exciting chapter in the Alex Cross saga.”

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Nice Girls is a thoroughly gripping novel from a debut author.”

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“Gripping and sharp as a tack.”

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“It is in death that we become meaningless . . . but the living will continue to seek their destinies.”

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“The descriptions of the beauty and mystery of the Grand Canyon are spot on.”

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“Among today’s abundant crime novels, it’s rare to find one that demands a second reading for its language and insight.

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“Filled with characters of questionable morality and multiple timelines, Dark Things I Adore makes for a thrilling read.”

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“fun, entertaining, and hard to put down, a twisty whodunit with a satisfying conclusion.”

Chloe Sevre is a psychopath.

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How to Kill Your Best Friend by Lexie Elliott is an engaging read and will keep readers guessing and racing to turn the page at every twist—a thrilling and suspenseful journey wel

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“Nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is displayed in plain sight . . .”

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Twin sisters, once extremely close when growing up in an eccentric household with a demeaning and scolding mother, alcoholic grandfather, and absent father, are now separated by thousands of miles

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Kacy Tremaine and her husband Michael have escaped a bad situation in New Jersey, where Kacy was betrayed by her best friend and lost her job and future in the art world.

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“Movie fans will thoroughly enjoy the many references to classic movies and how they are woven into the narrative.”

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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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