Psychological Thriller

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If there was ever a fitting book to read during compulsory social isolation, it is Malicroix, the French Gothic classic novel by Henry Bosco, first published in 1946, and now available in

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The Perfect World of Miwako Sumida is a tremendous examination of sadness.

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“This debut novel is sure to raise one's hackles.”

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“How well we think we know those closest to us. And then, what a shock to the system it is to find out we don’t know them at all.”

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“No matter how well you know someone, you can never fully know what’s in their heart and mind. Eight Perfect Murders proves the point.

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Weather is a well-crafted, profound, unsettling, and deeply resonant work.”

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“A clever story with a well-written and worked out plot, a window into the world of neuroscience and a meditation on consciousness and identity, Mr.

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“It’s a riddle of a crime that will put both Sheryn and her partner through the wringer before they can stamp this particular casefile ‘Closed.’”

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The Reunion is the type of story you could stay up all night reading.

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"Readers will gladly fall headlong into this brilliantly conceived novel."

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The genius of this novel is that it cultivates a nonstop air of menace. Practically every character comes off like a potential murderer.”

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“Evil is all around us. You’ve taken my defenses from me and forced me to let it in. Now you’ll see where it lives inside each of you.”

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“Call it what you will—dark fantasy, magic realism, fabulism . . .

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When she was young, Virginia Kennedy, an only child, suffers the loss of her mother who commits suicide.

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The set-up for The Truants is enticing.

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The Majesties, although it rolls out easily, troubles deeply, haunting and even chilling its reader well beyond the final page.”

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The Swedish Foreign Minister has been assassinated in his own home, but the killer deliberately left a witness, a prostitute who was visiting the victim at the time.

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“J. T. Ellison skillfully unwinds a complex tale of lies, deception, and murder spiced up with backstory and well-fleshed out characters.”

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Dread Journey is one of the best examples of suspense you will ever find in a crime fiction novel. Ever. Guaranteed.”

“I’m afraid.”

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“A compelling read with an intricate plot, a strong setting, and characters so real they are almost live human beings . . .”

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Not every novel has to feel like a novel. Global literature is, arguably, all the better for works that broke every rule and succeeded.

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“Hints of magic and the dark atmosphere of an isolated island create a compelling environment for a mystery.”

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“The Chain will unforgettably haunt you even if you just read the first chapter—so you might as well lock the doors, bite your nails, and read it all.”

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“Fans of Karen Slaughter will find Haseldine’s crime fiction rewarding . . .”

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The Shape of Night expertly blends mystery with romance and speculative fiction.”

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