Best psychological thriller books 2016
10 Thriller YA Books That Will Keep You Flipping PagesComic caper novels, psychological thrillers, and history-mystery blends dominate the best crime fiction reviewed in Booklist from May 1, , through April 15, If you love that special brew of light and dark that characterizes the best caper novels, you have to be a little giddy after a year in which three writers of the caliber of Stephen Dobyns Is Fat Bob Dead Yet? The Cartel , by Don Winslow. Dodgers , by Bill Beverly. East, a year-old gang member who has never been out of L.
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I was thoroughly absorbed by The Widow by Fiona Barton. Not sure which one I want to read. Patrick is a man completely without morals, a fact that Matthew knows all too well-the two have known one another since they were children. They have bewt purpose of their own?
Ohhh YES Kat!!!. Is someone out there trying to implode his reputation. For more on our cookies and changing your settings click here. Part mystery, this Norwegian novel transports you into a different world and is beautifully translated by Rosie Hedger.
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Another year, another twelve months of brilliant books! Instead we enlisted the help of some true experts when it comes to crime writing — the authors themselves! Liz Nugent , author of Lying in Wait :. I thoroughly enjoyed Girl Unknown by Karen Perry. Middle class academic, David, is on the brink of promotion but is surprised when a new student introduces herself as his daughter. The young girl, Zoe, infiltrates his home, wreaking havoc on his already fragile marriage and dangerously influencing the lives of his two teenage children.
Kind of like how Fabi is still messed up over Rainfall. A bit tempted. Rosemary says. The same goes for all the characters! My favorite was The Woman in Cabin Ten?
We're always down for a horror movie, but for a dose of real terror, we turn to terrifying psychological thriller books. Because while ghosts and bloodthirsty creatures can give you the spooks, the best scares are the ones that play with your head and remind us the real terrors are the ones that come from the people around us. After all, there's nothing more freaky than being unable to trust your own mind, right? The following thrillers will keep you on your toes and more than a little creeped out , as friends, couples, families, and neighbors come to realize that appearances are deceiving and the truth isn't always clear This twisted, thrilling read will plunge you into the unraveling mind of a mother dealing with a horrific tragedy. Ever since her beloved daughter Mary died last year, Jane has been lost in a haze of grief and antidepressants.
Jane Doe By Victoria Helen Stone Helen Stone's year-old protagonist is an anti-heroine straight out of the Amy Dunne handbook: To her insufferable boss, Ste. There have been many excellent crime novels this year but Dodgers is my favourite by some distance. But this is just the start of Dawn Kurtagich's psychological thriller that will make you read with every house light on. Now straight-laced Jack Manx has been pulled into the family business and sent to hunt her down?
The result is a thrilling cat-and-mouse gamewhere we readers aren't quite sure who to trust. I loved the characters to pieces as Bish, suspended from the MET and dealing with personal family issues. Copycat By Gillian White Amazon. The Darkest Corners by Kara Thomas.