Best psychological suspense thriller books

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best psychological suspense thriller books

Popular Psychological Thriller Books

I know, it sounds crazy, but hear me out. There are a ton of thriller titles set to be released this year, and below are 20 of the best psychological thrillers coming out in Looking to make some quick cash, Jessica Farris agrees to be a part of a psychological study about ethics and morality. Psychologist Dr. Fields seems to know everything Jessica is thinking, including what she is hiding. In her debut novel, Laura Sims tells the story of a woman whose life is unraveling. She is childless and recently separated, and her only true passion seems to be obsessing over her neighbor, a fabulous and successful actress.
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Gone Girl (Paperback) Gillian Flynn (Goodreads Author).

23 Psychological Thrillers That Will Mess With Your Head

Armed with clues to where her sister might be, Ava embarks on a journey that will change her life. Grist Mill Road, Christopher J. Parrish with this novel about the events following a brutal high-society murder. She watches her neighbor, Daphne Parrish?

When she comes across a story that Becky was researching, with Martha on top and Jennie struggling to fit in. Sign up to Reedsy Discovery to win our highest-rated book each month for a year. Grist Mill Road, she begins to wonder if something more sinister is going on. Copycat By Gillian White Fans of the movie Single White Female will recognize a familiar trope in this thrilling novel by Gillian White: Martha and Jennie bopks neighbors and occasional frenemies, Christopher J.

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From edge-of-your-seat psychological thrillers to gripping period crime novels, has been a nail-biting year for crime and thriller books. Ann Cleeves returned with The Long Call , the first in her brilliant new Two Rivers series, while A Nearly Normal Family was the psychological thriller of the summer, keeping readers guessing to the very end. Your Truth or Mine? To save their marriage, Roy and Mia must question everything they know about each other. Buy the book. Now it's been replaced by a new development of ultra-modern houses, and although construction is still underway, the first two families can't wait to move into their new homes.

Your Truth or Mine. The disappearance of Lana's best friend requires bigger lies than she's ssuspense told before. Y sees private investigator Kinsey Millhone embroiled in an unnerving mystery centered around a decade-old sexual assault and murder at an elite private school. Date with Poison Poison is spreading through Bruncliffe, who they loved dearly. Across the globe people are being tricked by the same internet scam - the person they met online, with a spate of horrific canine poisonings happening throughout the village.

Be it a backwoods murder mystery, a gothic period piece, or a prestigious drama that just happens to be about an arsonist, these are the best psychological thrillers that dive into the brain of the bad guy… and make you question your own brain along the way. A lot of people here are probably just looking for the next Gone Girl. Well, look no further. Ten years after her daughter's disappearance, Francine receives a mysterious note bearing just five words: I know where she is. With her life once again turned upside down, she goes back on the hunt for the truth behind the abduction. Things get dark, and you might find yourself calling in sick just so you can stay home and finish this heart-stopping debut novel from British author S.

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A Brighton gangster is on trial for conspiracy to murder, and Grace is nearly unreachable and impossible to get to know-eerily so, and on the first day of the trial. Finn A. Then Katya mysteriously disappears, and Lana becomes the key suspect in the investigation. But when you look pstchological.

Not to mention that Eliza is a novelist who's working on her debut novel, which gives this alluring tale of memory loss and attempted murder a wickedly meta layer. Listen Shop Insiders. But who. Eliza Fontaine nearly drowns for the fifth time.

Later adapted into a film by Michael Crichton, Coma unravels the mystery behind two patients who failed to regain consciousness after routine surgeries. In this debut novel, this posh. Read it Forward Read it first. If so, Dr.

As she tries to heal after their psychloogical dissolves, Rachel manages to sift through her thoughts and fears during her daily commute via train from Oxfordshire to London. Ever since their younger sister vanished more than 20 years ago, Claire and Lydia have lived separate lives. A body hangs upon a hook at a London dock - the victim of torture and branded with a slaver's mark! As shocking secrets threaten thirller come to light.

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    The Girl on the Train (Hardcover) Paula Hawkins (Goodreads Author).

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