Thrillers/mystery

(9 Posts)
HilariousInHindsight Tue 03-Jun-14 21:31:22

If I like these who else may I like?

Chris Ryan
Stephen Leather
Stuart MacBride
Andy McNab
No Hayder
James Patterson

Any ideas would be great thanks smile

highlandcoo Tue 03-Jun-14 21:40:05

Try Tom Rob Smith. Child 44 is really good although the others in the trilogy go downhill sadly. But Child 44 stands on its own and is well worth a read.

HilariousInHindsight Wed 04-Jun-14 11:05:00

Will check him out.

Cocolepew Wed 04-Jun-14 11:07:22
Cheboludo Wed 04-Jun-14 13:48:14

hilariousinhindsight Most of James Patterson's most recent books are co-written (that's how he manages to publish 10 a year); it'd probably be worth checking out his co-writers' books. I know David Ellis and Andrew Gross are both popular in their own right, not sure about the others.

Bithurt Wed 04-Jun-14 14:06:45

Have a look at tess gerritsen. She's brilliant.

FungusTheBogeyman Sat 07-Jun-14 23:50:56

Jo Nesbo, any of the Harry Hole series.

1moreRep Sun 15-Jun-14 15:34:46

Sophie Hannah
Karen Slaughter

RebekahMacd Sun 15-Jun-14 16:14:07

Ian Rankin's non-Rebus books tend to be of the thriller type and they're quite good.

Mark Billingham is great, although his books are often spun more slowly than the authors listed above.

Val McDermid, Karen Rose, Peter Robinson, Michael Connolly.

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